Felindr Kittens of the Week: Say aloha to the Hawaiian kittens

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      Welcome to Felindr, the Georgia Straight's feline adoption web feature.   

      Each profile is of an eligible catchelor or catchelorette from VOKRA, the non-profit Vancouver Orphan Kitten Rescue Association dedicated to the rescue of cats in the Lower Mainland.

      Names: Kolohekoa, Lanakila, Nai'a, and Pohoeke

      Purrfession: hula dancers

      We're seeking: an audience

      Physical description: black, black, black, and black

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      Kolohekoa's name means "rascal warrior".

      Ethnicity: Hawaiian (of course)

      Want kids? Aloha!

      Drink: A Mai Tai is always welcome.

      Faith: We believe someone will come to our rescue, even if Lilo never adopts us

      Lanakila's name means "triumph".

      Our purrsonalities: Kolohekoa is a rascal, Lanakila is a champ, Nai'a is as swift as a dolphin, and Poheke is rock solid.

      Our conversational interests: debating about whether cats were the first to discover the island of Meowui

      Our hobbies: making hula skirts out of catnip, watching Hawaii Five-O, trying to do the shaka hand symbol (which is hard with paws)

      Nai'a's name means "dolphin".

      Our likes: tiki parties, munching on Spam, sunshine (which seems to be rare here), our dream litterbox: the beach

      Our dislikes: tsunamis, rude tourists

      Our motto: Our version of "Hang ten!", which is "Hang four (paws)!"

      Poheke's name means "rock".

      Our expectations of a relationship: That you will enjoy the weekly luaus we will hold for you

      To learn more about the family, visit the webpages for Kolohekoa, Lanakila, Nai'a, and Pohoeke.

      VOKRA's mission is to end cat overpopulation and homelessness. To learn more, or to fill out an adoption application form, visit their website.