I am a web designer and work from home, so my kitties are with me all day and night. But sometimes they get a little sick of my computer
Frodo - when I'm at the desktop computer he will claw my hand on th keyboard by sticking his paw between the slide-out drawer and the bottom of the desk. Don't know if that makes sense, so here is a pic (without the claw!
If I'm not at the desktop but sitting he will jump on my back/shoulders and bite my head. If I'm standing he'll jump on the highest thing nearest me and leap at me to TRY to get on my shoulders.
Moth - Moth thinks she is Siamese. She has the loudest mouth I've ever heard on a cat. The only time she STOPS talking, is when she is asleep. Even when no one is paying attention to her and she's just walking around, she is talking, cooing, brring, whatever. When she wants my attention, though, she meows this particular deep, long meow that sounds like she's in distress. She probably figgered out years ago that this "distress" meow made me come running when her other vocalizations will not. Now she is the cat who meowed wolf!
She does it just so I'll come running, the little turkey!
Pookie - Pookie worships me. But he figured out a long time ago that I do not like him to scratch furniture, in particular the back of either of my very expensive office chairs. When he first started scratching my chair it was not to get attention, but to scratch, but it certainly got my attention! So now, no matter where in the house I am, he will go scratch one of the office chairs and then sit there and meow VERY loudly to get my attention. If I don't come quick enough, he scratches the chair again and meows until I do! Somehow he doesn't understand, "THE BREAD IS BURNING IN THE BROILER!" or "CAN'T I PEE IN PEACE?" Although, I can't remember the last time I peed alone. They all follow me in there. Why is this so exciting for them?
If I'm on my laptop he doesn't bother with scratching the chair, he just does this: