Veterinarian Couple Hosts Rescue Kittens on their Wedding Day; Promotes Divine Feline [VIDEO]
Nick Anderson and Michele Bangsboll, a veterinarian couple, host rescue kittens on their wedding day. The couple said that the kittens named Houdini and Jeeves were rescued stray cats by their volunteer organization called Divine Feline.
Nick and Michele met when they were both veterinary students at St. Matthew's University in the Cayman Islands and since then, they have been inseparable. Their love for kittens bonded the two together.
The wedding took place at the Spruce Mountain Ranch in Larkspur, Colorado where the veterinarian couple hosts rescue kittens to promote their organization, Divine Feline. The couple volunteers there on their free time since the two both adored cats and then decided to have their feline friends be a part of their wedding day. The featured kittens on their wedding were also a way to help raise awareness of cat welfare issues, the couple said in an interview with the ABC News.
The guests in the wedding did not about the surprise purring guests but when they did, the room was in awe and could not get enough of the kitten's cuteness. Despite the cold, everyone felt warm upon seeing Jeeves and Houdini present in the ceremony, Nick shared to the Huffington Post.
Though the kittens in their wedding had ample exposure from media and guests, they have yet to find permanent homes since they were still too young to be neutered. Once they reach two months old and ready for the procedure, the kittens will then be looking for their forever homes.
The Anderson's posed with the kittens on their wedding photos together with family and friends. They included their love for kitties on their cake toppers and even on the bride's shoes.
The veterinarian couple hosts rescue kittens on their special day to not only offer a sense of uniqueness but to also show the community that there are still a lot of adoptable kittens around that are worthy of attention and love.