My new kitten meowed throughout my interviews. Is this opportunity now doomed?


 I got a new kitten and she demands attention all the time and I live alone so so one can entertain her. So I put her in a bathroom but the meowing was still loud.

I had to give a 45min presentation and the whole time you could hear meow every second.

Then for the interview portion, I attempted to let her out to stop the meows, and she kept playing with things loudly like at one point all you could hear was a loud bag crinkling.

I apologized and they said they said they found it funny and that they didn’t mind. But I’m worried. Is it ruined?

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JobAdvisor:

Doubtful. If big if, it is considered against you then who wants to work for a company like that. They said it was funny and didn't mind. I'd go with that and not sweat it.

I take into consideration things like that when I know I am doing virtual interviews. Sometimes kittens gonna be kittens. If it were me giving your interview, I would not take that into consideration. I would, however, think it was hilarious and adorable, and would have probably asked if the kitten can be on camera for a few minutes.

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