Abby Bruzas and Hannah Boone decided they wanted a cat of their own after a roommate adopted one last year.
So, they went over to the Humane Society of Chittenden County, where they knew they’d find what they were looking for.
“We had a good experience last time so we decided to come back,” said Boone.
The two came at just the right time. On Monday, 52 kittens arrived at the Humane Society from Good Karma Pet Rescue in Florida.
“They come here with their beautifully decorated van that houses all the kittens and they volunteer their time and drive up from Florida,” said Erin Alamed, director of Volunteer and Community Outreach for the Humane Society.
All the kittens are fully vaccinated and neutered and are ready to be adopted.
” Spading and neutering alone is a huge cost. So, it’s nice that it’s taken care of,” said Bruzas.