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- Let's relive all the kitten cuteness! Image via Mashable.
- The Timbuk2 stop was more fun than a bag full of… Photo via Twitter.
- Yes to Carrots? More like Yes to Kittens. Image via Twitter.
- This little guy stopped by Jawbone. No word on whether the company tracked his steps while he was in the office. Image via Twitter.
- Tea Collection hailed this cutie to Paw-trero Hill for a little playtime. Image via Instagram.
- Indiegogo has helped more than a few Bay Area fashion entrepreneurs fund their companies, but none of those projects could be half as satisfying as holding a kitten. Image via Instagram.
- Do you think Eventbrite staffers scheduled kitten playtime at their office…on Eventbrite? Image via Instagram.
- At the Uber mothership on Market Street, this cat practiced his moves for the seventh-inning stretch. Image via Twitter.
- Over at San Francisco magazine, Uber kittens caught up on a little reading. Image via Twitter.
- These kittens didn't quite see eye-to-eye at the Huffington Post San Francisco office. Image via Twitter.
Wednesday was National Cat Day. That's also the magical day of the year when Uber delivers kittens for on-demand playtime in San Francisco. If you were obsessively checking your app during the four-hour promotional period, you likely saw the same message over and over: Sorry, all kittens are being snuggled! Despite the high demand, we spotted several local brands in our social media feeds that managed to get their paws on new feline friends. From Eventbrite, the company that manages your guest list, to Tea Collection, the family-focused fashion biz, here are nine local offices that won the kitten delivery lottery.