Guest Star: The iFamCare Office Cats

Hi everyone,

Today’s guest post comes from iFamCare and their office cats.🙂

These are Ruby and Gracie from iFamCare. They started with the company in summer 2015 as interns but soon got full-time permanent job offers.

Ruby is our in-house testing engineer and specializes in testing new products. The part she loves the most is taking the product out of the box. She loves boxes. In fact, that’s the whole reason she got into testing, she admits.

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Gracie is an unparalleled botanist. From the early age she showed interest in plants, especially the ones she can climb and chew. Ever since Gracie started with iFamCare, the plants in the office got a new, bolder look.

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Besides engineering and taking care of the office plants, Ruby and Gracie help the company out by starring in the company videos!

More photos of the office cats below:

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Thank you for reading their story and don’t forget to email us if you’d like to have your own story featured.

And have to say if only all offices had cats.😀

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Thanks,

Marc

28 thoughts on “Guest Star: The iFamCare Office Cats

  1. Cats and boxes, ALWAYS a lovely “fit”! 🙂

    On Sat, Jan 16, 2016 at 2:01 AM, Katzenworld wrote:

    > Marc-André posted: “Hi everyone, Today’s guest post comes from iFamCare > and their office cats.🙂 These are Ruby and Gracie from iFamCare. They > started with the company in summer 2015 as interns but soon got full-time > permanent job offers. Ruby is our in-house testi” >

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