Photoblog: A Day in the Life of a Bookstore Staff Animal

stephanie

It’s not that easy, being a bookstore staff animal.

Assessing trade-ins...

Assessing trade-ins…

..getting purrrsonally involved in inventory management....

..getting purrrsonally involved in inventory management….

Patrolling the shelves requires constant vigilance.

Patrolling the shelves requires constant vigilance.

Writing ads....

Writing ads….

...training interns....

…training interns….

Answering phone inquiries is a duty only senior staff can handle.

Answering phone inquiries is a duty only senior staff can handle.

Dealing with customers calls on deep diplomacy skills.

Dealing with customers calls on deep diplomacy skills.

That's why it's important to take plenty of breaks.

That’s why it’s important to take plenty of breaks.

PLENTY of breaks...

PLENTY of breaks…

Of course, there are perks to working in the Little Bookstore....

Of course, there are perks to working in the Little Bookstore….

Staff enjoy a certain degree of celebrity.

Staff enjoy a certain degree of celebrity.

We offer a full benefits package under Amerifur, including cone coverage and maternity care.

We offer a full benefits package under Amerifur, including cone coverage.

Reguations governing inter-staff relationships tend to be lax.

Regulations governing inter-staff relationships tend to be lax.

The staff dining room is free, and includes a full milk bar.

And finally, the staff dining room is free, and includes a full milk bar.

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Filed under animal rescue, Big Stone Gap, bookstore management, humor, Uncategorized, VA

2 responses to “Photoblog: A Day in the Life of a Bookstore Staff Animal

  1. Give me that little tiny grey fluffy thing!

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