DENVER (CBS4) – In honor of National Cat Day on Thursday, Uber is partnering with the Dumb Friends League to bring kittens to the workplace.

Uber users can order a car-full of kittens to be delivered to the office from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

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All kittens are provided by the Dumb Friends League and come with a shelter representative as well as an Uber representative. The “snuggle fee” is $30 and users will get 15 minutes of kitten playtime.

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Simply open the Uber app between 11 and 3, and request the “KITTENS” option. Organizers suggest having an enclosed space for playtime.

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All kittens involved are available for adoption. The Dumb Friends League will also waive adoption fees for all cats and kittens in honor of National Cat Day.