To celebrate National Cat Day, Uber is delivering kittens on-demand in over 50 cities. That's right, when you open up the Uber app today there will be a kittens feature. You can request them just as you would a car, and then a chatty stranger will show up in a black Toyota with kittens. It's $30 for 15 minutes of kitten time, which means these must be some classy, high-end kittens. The best part is that in most of the cities, the kittens will be available for adoption. And to sweeten the deal, Uber is giving them clever little profiles packed with silly cat jokes.
Reggie's hometown is hilarious, and he's a physicist who enjoys "string theory."
Hunter Byrd somehow does not mention bird hunting as a hobby.
Tabby is a tree-hugger who is concerned about the environment.
Kitty simply lists "research" as a skill, which means she's probably having a tough time finding a job.
The promotion is geared towards businesses, to try and help people enjoy 15 minutes of anything other than the personal hell they call their jobs. Kittens are actually very good at being therapeutic. Even gorillas like them, although terrifying robotic spiders do not. So everyone go pester your boss until you get permission to order kittens to the office!