The little love bugs will be available for adoption right on the spot, so the program will help animals find homes as well as raise much-needed funds for the humane society - not to mention improve morale in offices all around Broward County.
Unfortunately, "snuggle delivery" is available only in South Florida for now, but there's always the chance other Humane Societies will adopt the practice. Some places already have tested it out - in January, shelters in select cities partnered with Uber to deliver adoptable puppies to workplaces. And other shelters have tried different tactics to help their dogs and cats find forever homes; a rescue organization in New York City made online dating profiles for their adoptable dogs, and Neeners the pit bull was adopted thanks to and adorable series of photos of him wearing hats.
Don't despair, you can always ask your local Humane Society to introduce a similar program to "Snuggle Delivery."
Until then, if you're craving some playtime with an adoptable kitten or puppy, you might have to get in your car and deliver yourself to your local shelter. Or you can always check out Petfinder to locate a new best friend.
h/t The Huffington Post