We have an official cat lady on our hands! Drew Barrymore recently took her two daughters, five-year-old Olive and three-year-old Frankie, to adopt one cat — but they just couldn’t resist taking home three little kittens! Drew took to Instagram to share an adorable photo of herself cuddling with the kitties, and we totally understand why she couldn’t stop herself! Watch the video below to see the cute pic!

The 42-year-old has always been vocal about the importance of rescuing animals, and these kittens join Drew’s dog, Douglas, as part of the rescue family. Back in December, she posted about supporting the ASPCA in the wake of the California wildfires that greatly affected the state, and it’s clear helping animals is one of Drew’s passions in life!

“This is my Douglas. He is a rescue from the San Fernando Valley. With all fires and floods and tragedy that have changed the lives of people overnight in our country, many people have pets that are family members as well,” she wrote. “Animals need us too. I am putting this in here because I support this amazing organization and they need all the resources they can get, from a year of such difficulty and overwhelming disasters. Please give any time or money you can give to help take care of our pets. They take care of us right back!” So true, Drew!

The actress certainly has a lot of mothering to do now with three new kittens, two dogs, and two daughters! Drew shares her kids with ex-husband Will Kopelman — the couple divorced back in August 2016 after four years of marriage — and she’s been open about raising them as co-parents.

“You know, it’s interesting, I saw this article the other day written about me — and I never see articles written about me — and it was like, ‘My Modern Family.’ And I was like, ‘I like that; that has a nice ring to it,'” she said in February 2017. “And you know, it really is about the tone you set, and you can talk until you’re blue in the face, but kids watch what you do every single day of your life, all day long, and that behavior and that example and that love and community and honesty is just, I think, what’s making everything feel safe for my kids.”