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When wildfires sparked an evacuation order in Fort McMurray earlier this month, one of the first things many Canadians made sure to secure was their furry friends.

After all, pets are a part of the family. But if you’ve ever tried to take one of your four-legged “relatives” on an airplane before, you likely know it isn’t the easiest process. That’s why some airlines, like Canadian North, temporarily allowed them in airplane cabins as a special exception for the fleeing Alberta residents.

For one passenger though, it was more than just a pet that she had to worry about. When Krystal Scott arrived at her terminal, she went into labour and had to leave her cat Meow Meow with members of the Canadian North team for a few days. While she was probably just expecting them to put out food and water for her pet, staff did much, much more than that.

First, they made Meow Meow an honorary employee, complete with her very own name tag:

Then they even gave the cat her own office:

It wasn’t long before she was promoted to an upper management position. Here she is in the boardroom:

She really was a perfect fit:

Staff posted all updates of Meow Meow’s adventures to their Facebook page. Naturally, things got adorable pretty fast:

The cat has since made it back to her family, who are now safely in Calgary. Scott posted a picture of Meow Meow on Canadian North’s Facebook page to thank them. As for her little pet? She’s clearly tuckered out from a hard week of work: