I'm a dog person, not a cat person. And one thing we dog people can hold over cat people is that we generally don't get weird and assign personalities and backstories and emotional narratives to the animals we love (and when we do it's appropriate).
But maybe we just don't know how to love an animal, us dog people, because I suppose planning a gay cat wedding can be more fun than, say, going for a walk in the freezing cold. Here are some crazy cat people in Manhattan:
Bruno and Solomon (pictured) are two of the center's long-term residents. They moved into the same little apartment at Ollie's Place several years ago after a rough period of homelessness. They originally met on Coney Island.
"Bruno, a shy and timid gray and white tabby, bonded with Solomon, a ginger and white alpha male who has acted as Bruno's protector and confident," writes volunteer Kat Herskovits. "Solomon would have been adopted years ago as his outgoing and affectionate ways charm everyone he meets. But Solomon and Bruno's mutual caring and affection has made it difficult, if not impossible, for them to be separated."
It's good that no one's trying to separate them. But here's where the weirdness sets in: