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cat lying on the remains of an old Roman column in  Torre Argentina, Rome

cat lying on the remains of an old Roman column in Torre Argentina, Rome

Beautiful!! I wish I could be that man...

Rescued Seal, Praise the People Who Care ♥ Seal Alert SA Cape Fur Seal, South Africa Photo by Coenrad J Morgan

The Cats of Rome; Rome's cats are largely feral and prowl the ancient monuments of the city.  Nearly 300,000 feral cats live in the 200 Roman colonies and Rome's city council have named the cats living in the Coliseum, the Forum and Torre Argentina a part of the city's "bio-heritage". I want to see them!

over abandoned and feral cats live in the ruins of Rome. A cat sanctuary at the spot where Julius Caesar was murdered spays and neuters the ones it finds.

A Tiny Cat of Rome (in the Colosseum)

A Tiny Cat of Rome (in the Colosseum) Saw all these cats and the amazing people who feed them

Hundreds of lucky felines haunt the ruins where Caesar was murdered.

Torre Argentina (Roman Cat Sanctuary)

Discover Torre Argentina - Roman Cat Sanctuary in Rome, Italy: Hundreds of lucky felines haunt the ruins where Caesar was murdered.

Egypt

Cat in Egypt and here we have lived as cats as well as gods

Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary ~ Rome, Italy

Rome - Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary, nestled in a busy square with cars flying past are these ruins. Below is a small cat sanctuary and many stray cats nap lazily in the sun. I loved it, they served as guardians of the ruins.

I Gatti del Torre Argentina / the Cats of Torre Argentina - Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary - love this cat's eyes - great charity, please help them out if you go to Italy / Rome

Called Largo di Torre Argentina, this is truly an architectural wonder. It was excavated in 1929 as part of the rebuilding efforts of Mussolini.

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