Two Veterinarians Got Married And Had Rescue Kittens At Their Wedding
Michele Bangsboll and Nick Anderson are both veterinarians, and cat lovers. They recently wed, and had two very special feline guests at their wedding. Jeeves and Houdini were the guests at their wedding.
They married at Spruce Mountain Ranch in Larkspur, Colorado.
Both of the tiny kitties are rescues from Divine Feline in Denver, Colorado. This is where the couple volunteers during their free time.
“We thought of the idea to help promote our volunteer organization by featuring some adorable adoptable kittens in our wedding photos,” the bride told The Huffington Post. “Nick and I have always adored cats, which is why we decided to volunteer with the Divine Feline and have them be a part of our special day.”
The couple posed with the kitties during their wedding day portrait session after the ceremony. And, well….just look at these cats….they know how to work the camera!
Only the bride and groom were aware of the fur-tactic surprise.
“Everyone in the bridal party was freezing since we had been standing outside without jackets for a while and we told them all to wait for one more surprise and then we brought out the kittens,” Michele told HuffPost. “I think everyone’s voice jumped up an octave when they saw the cuteness overload and no one cared about being cold anymore. One of the groomsmen was even reluctant to go back inside when we were done with group photos because he wanted to hold them!”Jeeves and Houdini are looking for forever homes. They’ll be ready once they are big enough to be neutered.
The couple also displayed their love for animals on their wedding cake.
Their table names:
Even their shoes got incorporated into the theme.
Michele and Nick met in 2011 during their first semester of veterinary school at St. Matthew’s University on Grand Cayman Island. During their time there, they adopted two cats named Bam-Bam and Wiggles from a local shelter.
A day to celebrate true love, and animal love alike. Share with friends!
(h/t: Huffington Post )