Brace yourselves, folks. This is almost too good to be true.
Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, you can watch a live stream of adorable kittens mingle and play. That’s right: Non-stop cuteness, all the time.
Computer programmer Shelly Roche came up with the idea after moving to B.C. from the U.S. a few years ago. While she was waiting for her work permit, the animal lover decided to volunteer at Langley Animal Protection Society and quickly fostered a new mom and clowder of kittens. She initially set up a webcam as a kind of novelty, so that people could check in on the cats whenever they wanted.
“I just decided to just broadcast the whole thing in all of its uncensored splendor,” Roche told Global News.
Little did she know it was about to go insanely viral.
Hundreds of thousands of viewers from all over the world now tune in every day to watch the little kittens frolic, sleep, eat and play (it’s surprisingly addictive). Roche has also accumulated 1.4 million fans on her Facebook page. And we can expect those numbers to go up, as a fostered mom is set to give birth any day now.
The best part is, you can watch knowing this is all for a good cause. The cats often come to Roche with tapeworm infestations or other diseases that she then works to cure. She also encourages people to adopt the kittens featured in her live streams.
So what are you waiting for? You can check out the kitty cam right here.