This ASPCA kitten graduation ceremony might be the cutest thing ever
A group of healthy kittens are ready to graduate from kitten nursery to adoption!
The nursery, which opened for a trial run in the summer of 2014, offers 24/7 care for kittens too young to survive on their own.
The nursery took in over 1,500 kittens from May 2015 to October 2015, which is prime feline breeding season according to Senior Manager Lourdes Bravo. And they all graduated!
The kittens taken in range from a few days old to a few weeks. Once the kittens reach eight weeks, are at least two pounds, and are ready for spay/neuter surgery, they can graduate for adoption. :)
"We like to celebrate our victories — they graduate on to being ready for adoption, so that’s where the idea for the ceremony came from," Bravo said.
The Kitten Nursery program hopes to take on its second graduating class in April 2016!
See the video below!
How cute is this!
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