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In the United States of America, a cat storms the wedding ceremony and is adopted by the bride and groom: “Loving and affectionate.”

In the United States of America, a cat storms the wedding ceremony and is adopted by the bride and groom: “Loving and affectionate.”

If you are also passionate about animals, we are sure you will be interested in this story! During an outdoor wedding in New York, United States, a cat “invaded” the party at a crucial moment. At the ceremony, the pet interrupted the reading of the bride and groom's vows and attracted attention.

groom voice, Hamdan diedwho declared himself at this particular moment to the bride, Kara HamdanMixed with the meow of the small animal that unexpectedly appeared in the bushes right behind the altar. The bride's sister stopped the commotion among the guests when she noticed the cat.

Matt soon had to stop his speech, as the party was filled with laughter. “The only acceptable reason to laugh during our vows is because there is a kitten behind us.”Kara said in an interview with the American news portal Good morning America.

The bride and groom adopt a cat that “invaded” the party

Despite the slight confusion that sparked laughter and good memories, the cat touched the hearts of the newlyweds, who already had a pet at home. Days after the party, Matt and Cara talked to people they knew about the little animal.

“Friends and family started listening more and more, and we were telling them the cat was up for adoption and everyone was saying, ‘You need to adopt the cat.’”Matt said.

Request fulfilled! Two weeks after the wedding, the couple adopted the cat and named her Daisy. “She is very loving and caring. She licks our hands like a dog. I've never seen a cat do that before.”reported the husband.

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Feelings

For Cara, the appearance of Daisy the cat at the wedding is more than just coincidence. Days before the ceremony, the bride's grandmother, who was very excited about the event, especially to honor her granddaughter, passed away. As Kara said, the lady was lively and communicative.

For Kara, Daisy was actually a heavenly message from her grandmother. “If she came to our wedding in some way, like screaming during our vows, that would definitely be her style.”– suggested the bride, referring to her grandmother.

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*The article was originally published in Good fluids