Clear Your Calendars—#UberKITTENS Are Back in DC!

October 29 will be anything but business as usual. #UberKITTENS are back and they just want to get their paws in the door.



  1. Open your Uber app, tap the Profile icon in the top left corner, and tap Promotions.
  2. Enter the promotion code DCKITTENS to unlock the special ‘KITTENS’ option.
  3. Request ‘KITTENS’ between 11am and 3pm on Thursday, October 29.*
  4. Once the kittens arrive, you and your friends will get to enjoy 15 minutes of kitten cuteness! PRO TIP: Make sure to have an enclosed space purrrfect for playtime.

The best part? Participating kittens are eligible for adoption.

*If you’re lucky enough to request kittens to your office, please make sure your boss or building is going to be cool with the meows and that no one in the area is allergic. Also, having a secure room for kitten playtime is required.


It’s just a $30 “snuggle fee” for the best 15 minutes of your day and Uber will turn around and support the Washington Humane Society! If you’re smitten for a kitten or are looking for a new purr-sonal assistant, the kittens will be available for adoption. Just ask the Washington Humane Society representative assisting with your kitten delivery.

Demand will be high as many will want to test the kitten’s skills (they are excellent paper shredders), so your patience is appreciated. We’ll do our best to deliver as many kitten cuddles as possible, but availability is limited! If you can’t get a visit from #UberKITTENS today, visit the adoptable kittens in person using the link below:


*Kittens are available from 11am-3pm EDT within Washington, D.C. only

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