Look, we’re all figuring out different ways to amuse ourselves and keep from going crazy while we’re “working” from home. Some of us are dealing with kids – little ones who need to be entertained all day, older ones whose school work need to be checked, while others are bored in silent houses with roommates or no one at all.
Of course, maybe people do have their pets, and for BBC sports commentator Andrew Cotter, that means his dogs, Olive and Mabel.
He’s treated the internet to their fetching and eating competitions, and people just can’t get enough of the adorable pooches.
Now, the three of them are participating some very important Zoom meetings.
People have had some hilarious reactions to the video, like this one, who says Mabel is just playing it close to the vest.
Mabel has been there, done that, and seen more fancy new managers come and go than you could shake a lovely big stick at.
You can’t blame her for being disenfranchised.
— Matt (@LMScreamer) May 11, 2020
And this person, who pointed out that Andrew is clearly favoring Olive, so who could blame Mabel for her behavior?
And that blatant employee favoritism toward Olive. No wonder Mabel’s frustrated. Throw her a bone for heaven’s sake. Really, throw her a bone.
— Renee Yvette (@rebisCA) May 13, 2020
Here we have an assessment from someone who clearly works in HR.
Olive completely focused, feeling absolutely nothing. Mabel a bit of a mess, but will grow into the role.
— csd (@csd) May 11, 2020
We all want more Olive and Mabel, wherever we can have them.
Every moment is brilliant. So much fun! Thanks 🙂
Any chance you’ll put these videos on YouTube?
I’d love to email links to people who aren’t on social media.
Please discuss with Olive and Mabel at your next company meeting.
— Tweeter4Truth (@tweeter4truth) May 12, 2020
Do you find yourself getting a little too friendly with your animals? Is that how you’re coping?
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