3 Products that Keep Your Cat or Dog Off Your Desk

3 Products that Keep Your Cat or Dog Off Your Desk

Taryn Williford
Jul 19, 2011

Keeping pets in your home office can be a blessing. But if you've ever been in a room with a kitten and a laptop, you know that your pets think the keyboard is the most comfortable spot to lay. If you need to keep Fluffy or Fido away from your computer, try one of these home office solutions.

Most people have the luxury of shutting their pets out of the office when they need to hunker down and get work done. But us small-space dwellers with our door-less loft apartments and offices in our kitchens? Well, we need to get creative.

Here are a few creative products designed to keep your pet off your computer.

Ok, so the pets still stay on the desk, but with the Kitt-In box ($29.99, TheRefinedFeline.com), but at least they don't have to take up any precious desk top real estate. A clamp attaches this pet bed to the edge of your desk for pooch perching, or set it right on top if you've got some extra space.

If your big guy doesn't get on your desk, but still needs a space to lay while you're working, try re-creating this DIY desk project. Jamie Kovach shared this project at Design Sponge, turning a few planks of plywood and two IKEA desk legs into a multi-functional desk-slash-dog-crate.

If you just can't keep kitty from laying down on your laptop, try this crazy creative solution from the Sky Mall catalog: Catnix Workspace Partitions ($37.99, Skymall.com) work like fences to keep fluffy from setting foot near your machine. They also double as anti-glare and privacy blockers, if needed.

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