Library Lets You Check Out Kittens Instead Of Books

Jun 14, 2015 By Archit Tripathi

Stray cats are a major problem across the United States. Ever year, countless cats are abandoned for one reason or another and become strays. Some cats are born into it. There are millions of homeless cats across this country, and Doña Ana County in New Mexico has come up with a very clever solution to their stray cat problem.

Their solution was to open a kitty library in the government building. Whenever work is getting a little rough, workers can come in and check out a cuddle buddy to play with.


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I never knew it until now, but apparently my calling in life is to be a New Mexico government employee.

“Kitties are taking over the Doña Ana County Government Center. #KittyCondo #LasCruces @CrucesSunNews pic.twitter.com/chsnxmNouY — Anthony A. (@antblayke) June 5, 2015

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The Animal Care Center of Mesa Valley brings over any cats that need a little time with humans to become more suitable for adoption.


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So far, over 100 cats have been checked out permanently - mostly adopted by the government employees and visitors.


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Oh. My. Gosh. How could you not want them all?


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Check out this video to find out more:

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