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November 28, 2022

Uber is Delivering Kittens to Your Office Today

In honor of National Cat Day, Uber has brought back its successful kitten delivery program. I have some issues with this knowing how much cats hate the car but hey, whatever, kittens are pretty resilient little monsters.

If you are in Austin, Chicago, DC, New York, Phoenix, San Francisco, or Seattle, you could have kittens chewing up your workpapers in a matter of minutes!

Here's how it works:

  1. Open your Uber app between 12 pm & 4 pm.
  2. Request the “KITTENS” option in your app. In NYC or DC? Enter promo code kittensnyc or kittensdc to unlock the option in your app.
  3. Once the kittens arrive, you and your friends will get to enjoy 15 minutes of kitten cuteness! PRO TIP: Make sure to have an enclosed space purrrfect for playtime! In New York City, kittens can only be delivered to offices.
  4. The best part? In most cities, kittens are eligible for adoption.

Personally I think it's cruel to subject kittens to the horrors of public accounting but if you happen to get away with sneaking some into your office, we want pics!

Since Richmond doesn't have Uber and therefore doesn't get any of this awesome kitten action today, any of you grunts are welcome to wander over to my place and hang out with mine. Warning: they are gross and kind of annoying. But so is your job.


Devil kitten #kitten #rescuecat #catsofRVA

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