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Corporate Animals

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This company would be called "Corporate Animals" and the business would (safely) place interesting and or cool animals inside enclosures displayed within businesses. The service could run from fish to tigers.

Corporate Animals would set it all up and insure the safety of both the employees as well as the animals. They would clean, feed and make sure all is well with the animals daily. This wouldn't be cheap and all sites would require their own pricing as each would be totally different.

Imagine clients coming to your location and seeing monkeys or exotic birds in a beautiful enclosure in your lobby.

jon3, Nov 16 2002

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Feed at your own risk, rabies shots not included. [DrCurry, Oct 17 2004]


       Already available with fish. But I don't think anyone's doing tigers yet.
DrCurry, Nov 16 2002

       Basie: in all fairness to jon3, I don't think trained animals count. Consider the ubiquitous plant maintenance services - jon3 clearly expects the animals to be left on site and fed in situ.
DrCurry, Nov 16 2002

       // seeing monkeys ..... in a beautiful enclosure in your lobby. //   

       Then they could go up to the boardroom and meet some more monkeys, although not so polite, well trained, intelligent, literate, articulate or numerate. On second thoughs, maybe not monkeys; I quite like monkeys.
8th of 7, Nov 18 2002

       I don't see why we need special enclosures, to be honest. Let them wander from room to room, but don't let them out of the building. Dogs, monkeys, parrots, sloths, okapi, the lot, just pottering around the office and going where the spirit moves them   

       I am not suggesting that this would be appropriate for large carnivores.
whimsickle, Nov 18 2002

       Isn't that special - did the rats stay glued to their seats watching their itty bitty TV?
thumbwax, Nov 18 2002

       I'd be interested to see armadilloes, coons, jackrabbits, and hogs in a car showroom or down the track, so you can see what kind of roadkill pattern your new roadster will generate.
Admiral Hackbar, Nov 18 2002

       Your sales pitch: "Imagine clients coming to your location and seeing monkeys..."   

       That is our greatest fear.
Prof Manitou, Apr 14 2003

       I'd only pay to have this done if they promised a Jackalope and/or a Unicorn. Otherwise, the cheap S.O.B. in me would just put up wallpaper of a jungle scene.
Bowner42, Apr 15 2003

       Boosting morale! Good idea.
chivaking, May 02 2006


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