"The couple from Canada had traveled the world together. They`d fallen in love. They`d gotten engaged.
So when it came time to marry, they thoughtfully pondered the venue. They wanted it to be special, as most couples do, to commit their lives to one another in a place that embodied their values.
It would be California, they decided, on a Tuesday, beneath an expansive canopy of lush green, next to the flowing Kings River. Her dress would be white, his suit grey. The ceremony would be outside, and simple " no altar, no pews, no guests.
A wedding at a cat sanctuary with 1,100 cats in attendance is as close as we can get to paradise this side of death.
Think about it no people: That means no wedding crashers drinking your expensive wine and gorging on your gourmet food, no drunk friends trying to slow dance with the bride, no spinsters fighting over the bouquet, no wedding photographer taking up-skirt pics of the guests, no wedding singer crooning Barry Manilow tunes, and no toddler ring bearer stealing all the attention from the bride and groom. No drama!
As a cat lover I think this is the purr-fect wedding, I wish the happy couple a lifetime of happiness.