The Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association, better known as VOKRA, has a problem – they have too much inventory.
Right now the group has more than 85 kittens available for adoption and at least another 150 set to become available in the coming weeks and month.
“Usually at this time of year we start to see things slowing down, but that’s not the case this year,” said VOKRA’s Tasha Bukovnik.
At VOKRA, they either adopt out kittens in pairs, or single kittens to homes where there’s already a buddy for them to hang out with.
This is so they can entertain and learn from each other, helping to ensure they’re socialized and don’t grow up to have behaviour problems.
Of course, if you don’t want to be woken up in the night by zooming kittens, VOKRA also has more than 60 adults available for adoption. You can check out those lovelies on their website.
With so many kittens “in-stock” right now, the selection can’t be beat.
Here’s a baker’s dozen example of who’s currently available for adoption:
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