Today is the best day in the world because today you can have a super cute and cuddly and perfect kitten delivered RIGHT TO YOUR DOORSTEP. Yes, that’s right—if you live in New York, San Francisco or Seattle, and use the app “Uber,” you can, with the push of a button, have a kitten driven directly to you!

To promote National Cat Day, Uber has teamed up with the popular meme site, Cheezburger in this amazingly brilliant marketing stunt to help promote itself, but more importantly, spread the cat love. All you need to do is open the app, select the “KITTENS!” option, and your bundle of adorableness will be on its way! (Well, assuming there are cars available—because Uber expects very high demand, cars may be slightly delayed.)

BUT WAIT. THERE’S MORE!! In addition to getting 15 minutes to play with your kitten, you also can enjoy cupcakes from the famous Ace of Cakes! Honestly, this is probably the best thing to happen to the world ever, so you should definitely start downloading the app immediately. To have all of this wonderfulness, you only need to pay 20 dollars. And, before you sigh, the money will be donated to your local animal shelter.

The kittens, which come from the Seattle Humane Society, ASPCA, and SF SPCA are also available for adoption, so if you are unable to part with your furry baby, you can talk to the shelter representative who will be assisting in the deliveries and kitten wrangling.

Basically, everyone wins with this offer, and there is absolutely no reason for you not to order your kitten RIGHT NOW. Unless you’re severely allergic. But if you are, you can still send a kitten to your friends! The deliveries will be taking place from 11am to 4pm, so get going before time runs out!

Thanks to UberUproxx & The Food Network

Image via Fanpop

 

 

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