To improve employee performance, a corporation buys 9 kittens from a shelter.

The corporation’s Tokyo headquarters took in nine cats. The company’s management is confident that the cats will increase employee productivity and public interest in the company. While employees were at work, office cats were allowed to roam freely, hop on tables, and socialize with them.

The fluffy ones were completely unrestrained. Nine cats will receive care and food for the rest of their lives. Due to the small living spaces in Tokyo, tenants frequently ban dog ownership.

Dogs and cats are consequently forced to live in shelters, and pet owners are only allowed to visit cafés that allow animals.

People without pets are also more stressed out and may even be more susceptible to heart attacks. What advantages could cats bring to the workplace? Ferry’s management thinks that employees will be less stressed and accomplish better work. Dogs are allowed under company policy.

Employees are encouraged to bring their pets to work. Every worker who adopts a cat while working for the company is also given a $42 monthly payment. What drawbacks come with residing in a cat-friendly neighborhood?


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