One exceptionally stormy February day in the city of Macapa, the capital of the Brazilian province of Amapa, a wet road cat unintentionally entered the neighborhood office of the Brazilian Association.
Presumably he was basically attempting to protect himself from the climate, so he picked a secluded spot and set down there, nestled into a ball. At the point when staff saw the newbie, they treated him hospitally, dried, took care of and watered him.
A cat in the workplace bothered clients. In any case, this drive didn’t satisfy everybody: guests started to grumble that the cat was upsetting them.
An answer was found: the feline turned into a worker.
Then, at that point, the top managerial staff of the Bar Association, after consideration, went with a memorable choice: the feline, nicknamed Léon, was formally recruited and gotten a worker identification.
The feline was liable for inviting and welcoming guests and was in this way given a spot in the banquet room, at the secretary’s office. The occupation was formalized by an agreement, to which the feline joined his paw as a mark.
Presently, the little cat has turned into a wonderful thin feline.