WFH | Gallery: Even more photos of employees' pets and children

WFH | Gallery: Even more photos of employees' pets and children

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English bulldogs Scarlett and Nigel keep Jessica Stephens company while she works from home. Stephens is a marketing specialist at Arizona Public Media.
English bulldogs Scarlett and Nigel keep Jessica Stephens company while she works from home. Stephens is a marketing specialist at Arizona Public Media.

Two weeks ago, Lo Que Pasa shared a gallery of 18 photos featuring employees' new "co-workers" – the pets and children who are watching many us work from home.

Well, folks, we barely scratched the surface, as evidenced by the dozens of photos we received after posting that gallery.

More adorable children? Check.

More dogs? Duh.

More cats? Hide your keyboards.

Plus, we even have a couple of horses and a TARANTULA.

The second round of photos is here. And there's at least one more pets/kids gallery after this one.

We hope these photos lift your spirits – and the corners of your mouth – as the University community works through this unprecedented time together.

Think your cat/kid/dog/arachnid is cuter than those featured in this week's gallery? Send us pics to prove it! We're also interested in work-from-home tips and happy news. (You can see the first batch of WFH tips here.) Email the files or a Box link to mittank@email.arizona.edu along with the following information for photo captions:

  • Your name and title.
  • The names of any other people or pets in the photo(s).
  • A brief description of what's pictured.

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