This species is quite entertaining to watch. They spend much of their day seated, chasing a smooth, contoured device around their desk. Frequently, their shoulder reaches as far to the side and to the front as possible, requiring a lean to the opposite side to maintain balance.
When not hunting mice, these creatures are also seen preying on phones, adding machines, printers and staplers just beyond their reach.
These creatures suffer from significant pain and discomfort in their upper back, specifically on the side of their body responsible for most of the hunting.
How to ease their pain:
Bring their elbows to their sides, then bring all their favorite prey within easy reach. This will allow them to ‘toy’ with their prey while reducing their pain.