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120 cats and kittens need a home right meow

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Darcy Matheson Sep 07, 2016 8:38 am

Vancouver is currently struggling with an adorable yet quite serious dilemma: there are too many cats that need homes.

The Vancouver Orphaned Kitten Rescue Association (VOKRA) has 120 cats and kittens of all shapes and sizes ready for adoption right now and there are a bunch more on the way.

The non-profit group is also caring for another 150 kittens under nine weeks old that will soon be ready to go once they hit the 10-week mark.

So if you’re thinking about bringing a furry friend into your life, now is the perfect time.

Joel and Jason (VOKRA).

Joel and Jason (VOKRA)

VOKRA encourages pet parents to consider adopting a pair of kittens instead of a single animal. That’s because cats are highly social and benefit greatly from having a companion/sibling/best friend forever in the home.

Interested adopters can fill out an application on the VOKRA website and adoption counsellors will help to find purrfect matches.

All of the adoptable kitties are currently available on their website. 

And keep in mind that VOKRA has 600 cats and kittens in its care, so new candidates become available all the time.

Adoption fees range from $75 to $180.

Here are some of the kitties that needs home right meow:

Hank and Dezi

Hank and Dezi

Tibbles

Tibbles

Jack

Jack

Sesam

Sesam

Serena

Serena

Saffy

Saffy

Perri

Perri

Milla

Milla

Lionel

Lionel

Joey

Joey


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Darcy Matheson
Daily Hive's animal columnist, Darcy is a TV producer, pet blogger and author of "Greening Your Pet Care." She has two wee terriers, Murphy Brown and Seymour.

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