PHOENIX — What a “purr-fect” situation: The national ride-sharing service Uber is bringing back its kitten-petting service called #UberKITTENS.
On Thursday, users can use the app not only to access a ride, but to access kittens!
(What could possibly be better than that?)
For a $30 “snuggle fee,” a portion of which goes to support the Arizona Humane Society, users can request kittens to come to their residence between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. for 15 minutes of play time.
And if you enjoy the kitten kompany, the kittens are eligible for adoption!
So, what are you waiting for? Clear your calendar and get ready for some snuggles!
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