Animal Lovers Exchange Vows In Front Of Hundreds Of Cats

When it comes to fairy tale bridals, this one had one purrfect guest list.

A Canadian couple told “I do” to the witness of virtually 1,000 cats at a cat sanctuary near Fresno, California, on Tuesday.

Louise Veronneau and Dominic Husson selected the Cat House on the Kings — California’s largest no-cage , no-killshelter — for their bridal day bliss, since both the bride and groom are self-professed animal lovers.

“These are the basics of our relationship, our love for animals and beings, ” Veronneau told local news station KFSN .

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Louise Veronneau and Dominic Husson are ensure enjoying the company of one of their four-legged bridal guests at the Cat House on the Kings in California.

The couple traveled virtually 3,000 miles from their home in Montreal simply to tie the knot in the cats’ company.

Veronneau said she had visited the sanctuary back in 2012 and couldn’t shake its heartwarming mission from her memory. In her mind, it was the perfect place for them to exchange their vows. The wedding was the first visit for Husson.

Sanctuary owner Lynea Lattanzio, who became ordained to perform the ceremony, said that it was the first bridal held at the sanctuary. She admitted she was nervous before the ceremony.

“I was afraid I would make a mess and bolt it up — you know, forget my lines, ” she told KFSN.

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The sanctuary is home to more than 700 cats and kittens, according to its website.