While I'm here, I'd like to call your attention to proper water cooler technique .... First, it's important to make sure your company water cooler has a filter. Unfiltered tap water can damage your cat staff's health, leading to excessive employee absenteeism.
Second, for maximum efficiency, encourage your cat staff to combine water cooler breaks with shampoos ... think of it as "killing two birds with one paw." A simple dip of the head is all it takes. This will reap maximum productivity through effective time management, and the cold water will also snap your staff to attention.
Third, water cooler breaks are an excellent opportunity for one's cat staff to take a brief meditation break. The sound of running water relieves stress, and everyone knows that a stressed-out staff can adversely affect your bottom line.
And, in case you haven't noticed, stress can affect your human employees as well, often causing them to hiss and scratch and bite, especially during busy holiday seasons. If your human employees are too big to fit into your water cooler, I would advise that you direct them to this online water meditation at once!