CHICAGO - Wish you could play with a puppy on your lunch break? Well, for one day only, Uber is making your wildest dreams come true.
Uber has teamed up with the Anti-Cruelty Society to deliver puppy playtime to Chicago residents on demand Wednesday. The goal is to raise awareness about pet adoption and find forever homes for the puppies.
Here's how it works: use the Uber app to request "PUPPIES" from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. If your request is accepted, you'll get 15 minutes of snuggle time with the puppies for a $30 fee. Uber says to make sure you have an enclosed space that's ready to accommodate puppies.
If you can't say goodbye when your time is up, select puppies will be made available for adoption through the Anti-Cruelty Society.
CLICK HERE for more information about the Anti-Cruelty Society, pet adoption and how to get involved. CLICK HERE for more information about Uber.
Saddle, the cuddly puppy who visited ABC7 this week, has been adopted, officials said Thursday. Congratulations to Saddle and his new family!