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Topic # 185541 26-Nov-2015 20:15
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Just seen an e-mail come in from Uber which I think is a great idea,
Tomorrow (Friday) in Auckland and Wellington you can for $30 order an Uber which contains Kittens to play with for 15 mins at your workplace.

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  Reply # 1435505 26-Nov-2015 20:16
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There seems to be a bit of controversy around the potential stress that this may cause for the animals.

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  Reply # 1435507 26-Nov-2015 20:19
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There are going to be SPCA staff with them at all times according to the ad


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  Reply # 1435517 26-Nov-2015 20:52
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Hoping they don't do this at work. The cat allergy is strong in this one.

UberPuppies though? All for that!!

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  Reply # 1435782 27-Nov-2015 09:05
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So have any of you lucky Aucklanders and Wellytonians taken up the opportunity to play with some Uberkittens?
This Hamiltonian office would have loved to chip in a few bucks each to have a bucket of kittens delivered!

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