Play with cats anywhere! Literally.

Play with cats anywhere! Literally.

Do you often find yourself daydreaming at work? Perhaps there’s a better use of your time. No, we’re not talking about working, we’re talking about playing with kittens!

Idaho tech firm ReachIn has developed iPet Companion, a set-up that allows you to play with cats in various shelters across the country. Using the website’s technology, you will be able to remotely control a webcam and up to three cat toys within a cat enclosure. According to their website iPet has produced great results:

  • up to 67% increase in kitten adoptions
  • up to 295% increase in sponsorships
  • up to 52% sustained increase in overall web traffic
  • 170+ countries participating in online kitty play
  • 24-minute average viewer times per site

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