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CEO Hidenobu Fukuda seen with a cat at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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CEO Hidenobu Fukuda seen with a cat at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD
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A cat rests between computers at Ferray Corporation on May 31, 2017, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo IT company Ferray Corporation has adopted nine abandoned cats which now inhabit their offices in an attempt to reduce employee stress, and to increase productivity and office communication. According to CEO Hidenobu Fukuda, the original idea was to help abandoned cats by giving them a place to live, eat and sleep. Employees are even allowed to take the cats home after work and return with them the next day. The company encourages workers to look after cats outside the office too and pays a monthly stipend to employees who adopt rescue cats themselves, and staff can even bring their own pets too into the office. (Photo by Rodrigo Reyes Marin/AFLO)
No third party sales MINIMUM PRICE 5 USD