Facebook is considered among the best places to work in the corporate world – and some foxes think it is also a great place to live! At its Menlo Park headquarters, employees began to notice some really adorable baby foxes taking residence in the palatial offices.
You expect Facebook employees to be updated with the latest trends, so they must have their smartphones ready at all times (or perhaps a DSLR?) and took these amazing photos of the adorable creatures.
What is more amazing is that these little ones appear to really like the cameras, posing to have their photos taken and looking right into the lens! Wow! Cuteness overload in the following photos:
The 3 little kits, enjoying the landscaped grounds of Menlo Park, cuddling together while waiting for mommy to bring them food (or perhaps finish her shift at the headquarters?)
One of the baby foxes decided that the camera was more interesting than its current hiding places. So, it ignored mommy’s warnings about not talking to strangers and posed for the camera instead. Oh, it wasn’t really talking to strangers, right?
The adorable little kits loves to play with each other, but they also want to rest together. In this photo, they appear to huddle like players before a game – planning what they are going to do next (or perhaps developing new Facebook apps?).
As selfies go, this one is the pensive mode. No duck face or wacky pose for these little cubs.
The cub appears to like the photography session, enjoying the attention it is receiving from the Facebook employee behind the camera. Perhaps, it has some modeling genes in its blood?
They found the perfect hiding spot at Facebook’s headquarters, but the photographer found them, anyway. This little cub appears to shyly hide back to its comfortable hiding place but can’t resist the lure of the camera lens.
Roaming the outdoor stairs at Facebook didn’t look like much fun but, perhaps, this one is looking for a job instead?
At the end of the day, one’s got to rest, right? After all, a day of posing for the cameras and Facebooking can drain energy. Time for a nap before resuming the modeling session.
Facebook loves its new residents and immediately implemented a “mutual respect” ordinance to prevent feeding and chasing the cubs anywhere in the headquarters. Wildlife Services was also informed to ensure their protection.
The foxes are now also quite popular that they now have their own fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/MPKFOX which currently has almost 107,000 followers.