Uber is looking for a purr-fect way to brighten up your work day on Thursday.
The ride service app is offering 'Uber Kittens' between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. for individuals looking for furry friends to visit their office.
"You can hold (the kittens), test their skills and even take them home if they pass the interview stage," Uber said in a press release.
How it works:
A $30 snuggle fee will be charged. Uber says the ride service company will support the American League for Animal Welfare.
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