Office Kitty Raises Money For The Homeless By Snatching Money From Strangers.
Animals are absolutely incredible creatures and have amazing abilities. Monkeys can be trained to help people with mobility issues doing things around the house. German shepherds are often used as police dogs. Dolphins are being employed by the military to detect underwater mines. Miniature horses are being used as service animals. Cats can help out humans, too. This office cat is making a difference with his own special talent, and his owners couldn't be more proud. Check out how CASHnip Kitty is changing the world in his own little way.
CASHnip Kitty was adopted by GuRuStu, a marketing firm in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
GuRuStu rescued this kind heart when he was only six months old. Before being found at the animal shelter, he was a homeless fella, running around in a field.
CASHnip Kitty immediately proved that he was an important part of the team.
He ended the company's pest problem, and showed that he was a very good supervisor. "He hangs out with everyone at the office and often walks on our keyboards and even sends a few emails before we're ready for them to be sent," said Stuart McDaniel, owner of GuRuStu.
One day, Stuart and his team discovered that money kept appearing at the front door of the business.
They couldn't figure out where the money was coming from until they decided to test out a theory. They figured that people were using dollar bills to play with the cat through the door.
The decided to experiment with the CASHnip Kitty.
They inserted money through the crack of the door, and sure enough, CASHnip Kitty grabbed it right from their hands. They decided since people were continuing to give CASHnip money, that they should put it to good use.
Stuart and his team have a soft spot for the homeless in their area.
"Being in the downtown area we see a lot of homeless people pass by our window as they walk to the various nonprofit agencies who provide them services, like the Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless. It weighs heavy on our hearts," said Stuart.
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