Cuteness streams from Humane Society's Kitty Cam

Published on NewsOK Modified: November 30, 2012 at 9:00 am •  Published: November 30, 2012

Houston said Wednesday that the kitty cam had enjoyed 6,900 views from people who watched for at least 90 seconds.

Greg Fox of Realty World bought the equipment and is paying for online hosting of the kitty cam.

His daughter, he said, is a "big cat and dog lover."

About two years ago, the community involvement committee of the Wichita Area Association of Realtors, of which Fox is a former chairman, became involved with Woofstock, one of the shelter's major annual fundraisers.

Fox had wanted to do something for the shelter, and he admits it helps give his business exposure.

Fox said he pays a hosting fee for the kitty cam and spent about $1,500 for the camera itself and $300 to $400 to have it installed.

"We have such an absolutely beautiful humane society to show off," he said.

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