Uber will be chauffeuring around more than humans on Thursday.

For the third year the rideshare service is offering UberKITTENS in honor of National Cat Day.

From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in 50 cities across the U.S., including New York City and Philadelphia, cat lovers can pay $30 for a "snuggle fee,' or 15 minutes of kitten time. 

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Just like a ride, a cat can be requested via the Uber app, using the "kittens" option. Uber recommends having an enclosed space for playtime, and will come to an office, but it should be cleared with your boss in case someone is allergic.

UberKITTENS is more than just a cute excuse to take a break from the workday on Thursday. In most of the cities, the cats are eligible for adoption, and 30 kittens have found homes through UberKITTENS in past years.

Demand for the kittens is expected to be high on Thursday, but Uber, which has teamed up with Operation Kindness, has a list on its blog of participating shelters to visit the adoptable kittens in person.