Cat Library Lets Workers ‘Check Out’ Adoptable Kittens

A local shelter brings its cats to this New Mexico office and, so far, more than 100 have been adopted.

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We'll happily pay any late fees for these kittens.

Sure, most libraries in America probably have a copy or two of “The Cat in the Hat” or “Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats,” but there’s only one library where you can check out a real-life kitty.

The Dona Ana County office building in Las Cruces, New Mexico, has an on-site library, of sorts, where the workers can “check out” a kitten to play with, cuddle with or just sit with while they work, CBS News reports.

“It definitely relieves stress,” employee Angela Roberson told the network. “I mean how can it not when you have a little fuzzy thing that you can take back to your office?”

The cats have all been brought to the building by a local shelter and, so far, more than 100 of them have been adopted. And that’s the best possible way to take your work home with you.

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