It's actually going really well now.
You’re never alone at Watson, Farley & Williams, although your company may be small, furry and partial to electrical wires.
The firm’s London office is in the grip of a “major mice infestation”, sources said.
The unwanted houseguests have been “lingering around” for two months but “nothing is being done about it” said an agitated insider standing on their chair.
The firm conceded that “We have had a minor problem in our London office with mice”, but assured RollOnFriday that “we have actively taken measures to address” the outbreak.
WFW is by no means the only firm forced to do battle with rodents.
BLM became so overrun that there was “screaming throughout the office”, and once upon a time a dead mouse was found in a paralegal’s desk at legacy Morgan Cole.
Mishcon's canteen once scored 1/5 for hygiene thanks to rodents, and ROF hereby vows to make a donation to the charity of WFW’s choice if any of its staff can provide video footage of a live one scuttling about.
The firm may wish to consult Gowling WLG for pest control tips. A design quirk trapped pigeons behind a façade on its London office building, leading to the accumulation of avian cadavers until a "sheepish individual with a bin bag" cleared them out.