Get meow-ta here | Photo of the day 8.28

Bainbridge “Kitty Hall” turned out purr-fect for nearly a dozen kittens.

Bainbridge Island City Hall was turned into “kitty hall” for a second year in a row as the Kitsap Humane Society brought 11 tiny, cute-and-cuddly cats to the council chambers for a special adoption event.

Kitsap Humane Society spokeswoman Kassie Olmsted said 11 kittens were adopted at the event Tuesday, Aug. 28.

Bainbridge Councilwoman Sarah Blossom once again couldn’t leave empty handed; she adopted a kitten to join the two other felines she brought home at last year’s event.

(Brian Kelly | Bainbridge Island Review)

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