To Raise Awareness of Animal Adoption, These Two Veterinarians Invited Some Paw-dorable Guests To Their Wedding

They're a purr-fect match.

At their March 25 wedding, veterinarians Michele Bangsboll and Nick Anderson met their purrr-fect match.

And no, we actually don't mean each other.  

Bangsboll further expressed her love for animals with a faux fur stole and a pair of Bobs (unpictured), a shoe company that donates funds to shelter dogs and cats. 
Bangsboll further expressed her love for animals with a faux fur stole and a pair of Bobs (unpictured), a shoe company that donates funds to shelter dogs and cats.  Autumn Cutaia Photography

The cat-loving couple paired up with two rescue kittens named Jeeves and Houdini for a feline-friendly ceremony at Spruce Mountain Ranch in Larkspur, Colo.

"Michele and Nick donate their time to rescue animals at Divine Feline, which is a Colorado animal rescue," Autumn Cutaia, the wedding photographer, told A Plus. "The kittens ...  come from this rescue and were invited to the wedding to spread awareness about the organization." 

Of course, that made for one paw-dorable photo shoot. 

Besides surprising their bridal party with an extra, unexpected dose of adorableness, the bride and groom even surprised themselves with how much media attention their wedding and, consequently, Divine Feline have received as a result of the photographs. Currently on their honeymoon, the couple is "overwhelmed with the amount of people that want to chat with them" about their cat-tastic story, according to Cutaia. 

Hopefully, one of those people is looking for a new feline friend as the couple already has two rescue cats named Bam-Bam and Wiggles. Divine Feline will put the two kittens up for adoption once they are old enough to be neutered.