The primary difference for a desktop is that the keyboard is not a source of warmth, so while it is a "mischief target," it doesn't hold nearly the same attraction (not to mention being easier to move out of harm's way) - but a cat sitting on *any* keyboard is a hazard! If you still have a CRT (old tech bulky monitor, as opposed to cooler slim LCDs) you've got no troubles at all! Any cat would rather sit on a warm CRT, which leaves your keyboard in peace.
Thanks! I'm not much for PK, but I'll have to get around to the Sports. Congrats again. ~~~ (PS: Ever had a cat "overload" your laptop? [Yes, that was "me" & my laptop in the picture, and it really was "beeeeeee-ping." Silvertoes did not actually erase anything, though he did drastically "alter" one file.])
Buenas Dias y Tardes! I'm trying to relive the past weekend's cheezmeet with bgcmeowrrrr & NawtyKitty through lols, but my creativity isn't up to snuff. Also disappointing: a great video of bgc's kitten "Silvertoes" didn't fare well due to low light. Trying to edit...maybe I'll ask Phil for advice. ~~~ ED: what's this FP of which hmph speaks? Congrats, wherever it is!