Cat intern’s first day at work

An adventurous, enlightened and forward thinking medium-sized but expanding enterprise working out of the docklands in London has taken on some unusual interns, one of whom is a super handsome longhaired cat, Mario. His role is to (1) brighten up the place (2) amuse tired and jaded workers (3) soothe the fevered brows of those who are on their 8th cafΓ© latte and 3rd flat white (the cups have been recycled take note) and add soul to the industrious atmosphere which lack a certain je ne sais quoi.

Cat's first day at work

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4 thoughts on “Cat intern’s first day at work”

  1. Animals in shops can be a wonderful addition. Especially shop cats there are a few pet stores and other businesses I avoid due to the shop dogs which are very intrusive and one is downright obnoxious.

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    • I’d love to go into a shop where there is a resident cat. I wouldn’t buy anything but I spend a lot of time in the place.

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  2. I love the idea of shop cats. They add so much to the working environment. Mario is one cool kitty.πŸ˜ŽπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸΎ

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