Lacey is a 10 minute cat.
If she visits Sue, she's there for 10' and then she's gone.
JJ comes to visit, and he gets 10'
If I let her out in the screen porch in good weather after breakfast, she stays for 10' at the most. There have been two exceptions in which she has gone to sleep under a chair. Not being programmed to expect her to do this, we assumed that she was somewhere inside. One time, we left her there all night (Not from after breakfast. It was summer, so no real damage was done although Lacey was probably hungrier and thirstier than usual that morning.)
She has decided that she should visit me in my recliner, almost daily after lunch. If I go to the computer first, she will usually hang about until I see her need and go to the chair.
Once again, she lasts for about 10'. Me too. I pet her nicely for awhile, and then I offer her a treat, She accepts and leaves me alone.
But one time, maybe it was in December, she stayed long after the treat. She even remained in place after a second treat. I lay back because I was done with the petting, but then she had a long wash, and after which she went to sleep on me. I didn't sleep, for I can't sleep on my back. If I do happen to drop off, I snore almost immediately and wake myself up. Before you feel sorry for Sue, I'll have you know that I don't snore in bed because I am a side-sleeper.
And that is all I wanted to share on this Caturday, but I have a attempts at daddy-catty selfies with her on my lap. It wasn't easy for me to extend my arm enough to get us both in the frame, and then I couldn't access the shutter. I set the timer for 10", composed the picture, and just as the 10" were up, the rascal turned away.
This attempt on another day worked a little better, but neither of us look terribly impressed.