A cat named Kuzya has taken the position as the assistant librarian at a children's library in Russia. Just like Dewey the Library Cat, Kuzya is a former stray who showed up at the library's door one day and made it his home. "After arching his back and running his face along people's legs he was able to procure food and (secretly) a warm place to spend cold winter days," Rocket News 24 reports.
It wasn't easy for Kuzya to become a permanent resident in the library as he lacked the proper documents to be kept in a public place. He would need a cat passport, an ID chip and a rabies vaccination.
The dapper looking library cat just got promoted to be the official assistant librarian from the previous title "pet" for his cuteness, good work ethic, and the joy he brings to everyone in the library. He is awarded with 30 packs of cat food a month and plenty of cat treats as bonuses from staff and visitors.
Kuzya a former stray cat just recently got promoted to be the official assistant librarian at Novorossiysk children's library in Russia
He showed up at the library's door one day and made it his home.
Kuzya would need proper documents to stay permanently in the library, so they got the paperwork in order and gave him an ID chip and a vaccination.
Kuzya's job duties include sleeping, supervising staff, looking cute and entertaining visitors.
The dapper looking library cat makes sure the staff is doing a good job keeping the place nice and tidy.
After a long day of hard work, Kuzya is relaxing on his chair.
Photos via library's website and Rocket News 24.