New Mexico ‘cat library’ gets national attention

LAS CRUCES, N.M. (KRQE) – Steve Hartman is on the road to Las Cruces.

He’s doing a story KRQE News 13’s Alex Goldsmith reported on earlier this week.

It’s about a library that lets you borrow cats instead of books. The Dona Ana County Government Center calls it the “Kitty Kondo.” Workers are allowed to borrow the cats and bring them back to their offices. It helps boost employee morale and also gets the cats used to being around people.

The idea got a lot attention online and now Steve Hartman is airing his version Friday night.

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