The cat-faced boss hung out at the Brazilian Bar Association’s office for a week, after which he was officially admitted

It is often said: Handsome is not equal. This sentence is not only true for humans, but even 4-legged bosses can be applied well.

For example, the wild cat Leon, for example. After a long time wandering in the hall of the headquarters of the Brazilian Lawyers Association (OAB), despite making many employees here feel uncomfortable, Leon was … accepted to work officially, Be a lawyer, too

However, the duty of this special lawyer is a bit different from everyone: Just welcome new people to work, no need to worry about paperwork or participating in cases. Sue.

The posthumous sharing by Professor Jaenette Laredo soon became the focus of attention on social networks, especially for pet lovers. This makes the wild cat “professor” Leon is becoming more and more famous, to the point that owning yourself a very good Instagram account with more than 30,000 followers (you can here).

Leon’s representative (who is also his Instagram manager) said: “In Amapá state (Amazonia), it often rains heavily in February. That is also the time when Leon came to the OBA building to stay, stay. come here for a week and then get hired. ”

“Actually, no one hates a kitten. What annoys people is that because Leon is so small, they are afraid of trampling on him and injuring him. Not to mention OBA is also a pretty serious workplace. That’s why our President has decided on the righteous name to agree to the ordination of Leon ”.

Not only that, but in the future, Leon will also own his own office. Currently, the lawyers at OBA are still hurrying to complete the necessary procedures for the establishment of the Instituto Dr. Leon – the workplace that values ​​the rights of animals.

Two years ago, Leon had a problem with his vocal cords and could not make a “meow” as clearly as a human. After getting this cat to work, OBA decided to do its best to help the other abandoned animals. That is why they actively raise funds for local non-profit organizations to help such wild animals in the hope of becoming a role model for all of Brazil to follow.