Quinceanera diva cat gets a party fit for a princess

Turning fifteen is a big deal in a girl's life and, while some girls typically celebrate with a Quinceanera, one cat mother decided to throw an elaborate party for her tabby cat, Luna.

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The owner, Brigitte Olavarria, invited family and friends a week in advance to her Charlotte home and 12 of them showed up for the feline shindig.

Thankfully the party was well documented.

Luna obviously enjoyed her crown and, of course, the over the top pink decor every teenage girl dreams of.

The dress was pink puuuurfection!

Friends even went as far as to bring Luna flowers and an amazing tres-leche cake was served.

In case you were wondering, the Quinceanera Cat seems to be enjoying her moment in the spotlight and adjusting to all the attention just like any diva cat would with no problems.

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