Actress Drew Barrymore has adopted three kittens despite initially planning to rescue just one.
The actress, 42, shared a photo of her kittens on her Instagram account on Wednesday, saying she had not expected her family to grow so large, reports people.com
"If you can believe, my daughters and I went to rescue a cat and came home with three kittens in need," she wrote in the caption.
The kittens are all female. She has one for herself and for each of her two daughters, 5-year-old Olive and 3-year-old Frankie.
They are named Fern, Lucky and Peach.
Lucky, Peach and Fern aren't the first pets to enter the Barrymore family. The kittens also join the Santa Clarita Diet star's dog Douglas, who was a rescue from the San Fernando Valley in California.
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