Monday started off a little hairy when Facility Operations Coordinator James Wells found a kitten roaming near the loading dock on the Research Park campus.
Wells knew he had to stay pawsitive and immediately boxed up the frail creature. Then the black kitten found itself experiencing an immersive tour of the EnterpriseWorks incubator.
It spent the day exploring the nearby halls, eating chicken donated from people’s salads, and entertaining its many curious visitors in the office of Operations Director and self-proclaimed cat-lover, Cynthia Faullin.
“[He was a] sweet snuggly kitten who was not timid and quickly began to play with some improvised cat toys,” said Faullin.
While there were several interested parties, Zite AI CEO Joshua Love volunteered to give the orphan a home and promptly took him to the vet for a check-up.
“When I walked into the Zite AI office this morning, I did not expect to come home with a kitten,” posted Joshua Love on LinkedIn.
“Weighing in at just 2.5 pounds, the vet estimates he’s between 8 and 10 weeks old… While he had a minor flea issue, I’m happy to report that he received a clean bill of health otherwise.”