This 'Cat Library' Allows You To Rent A Furry Friend
The Doña Ana County Government Center in New Mexico has been allowing employees to "check-out" a furry cat friend to play with while at work. This phenomenon, called the "cat library", is letting employees play with kittens at work while helping them to get adopted.
The government center has been working with The Animal Service Center of the Mesilla Valley (ASCMV) for about three years. Dr. Beth Vesco-Mock, the director of ASCMV, said that her shelter will bring kittens to hang out in the office's "kitty kondo" and employees can "check out" the kittens and bring them back to their desk.
"[The kittens] run around and they get socialized," Vesco-Mock said. "And it helps reduce stress in the office and in the cubicles."
About 100 kittens, have already been adopted by employees who just couldn't bring them back after playing with them according to Vesco-Mock.
H/T Huffington Post