The kitchen is where all the action is. Twice a day, Lynea prepares a mixture of canned and dry food that bring the cats, tame and feral alike, running to the kitchen. There’s standing room only during this feeding frenzy! Every morning the staff prepares food that is hand-delivered to every feeding station and room/cage on the property.
Lynea runs her sanctuary with a staff of 45 (plus volunteers) who start their days at 4 a.m., feeding all of the residents. There is no place that is off limits to these hungry felines and any visitor will soon be surrounded by a bevy of new feline friends.
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According to the sanctuary’s website, over 24,000 cats have been saved and another 40,000 cats and dogs have been spayed and neutered. To see this amazing place in action…check out the video below:
The sanctuary also has a hospital and ICU, and designated areas for seniors, kittens and cats that are critically ill. Lattanzio herself, is a surgical veterinary technician. This remarkable woman spent her retirement money, sold her car and even sold her wedding ring — all for the love of the cats. Who knows…next step might even be a cat cafe!
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