View the sight of the home where a woman keeps more than 1,000 cats
Meet Lynea Lattanzio, a self-described “eccentric, insane cat lady” with a soft spot in her heart for our feline pals. She had generally always supported animals, saving as many as she could, but she was also aware that many creatures still had to rely on the streets to survive. She decided to let a large group of stray cats into her spacious 4,200-square-foot home because of this.
The fact that Lattanzio’s house is so big is a wonderful thing, but the woman has actually “moved out” of one of her bedrooms to give the cats a little more room. Although the entire house has five bedrooms, Lynea chooses to reside in a modest trailer in her yard. She may stay near to the outdoors and be around her feline buddies all the time this way.
Numerous cats’ lives have improved because to the sanctuary, The Cat House of the Kings, over the years. Usually abandoned, feral, and stray cats, they succeeded in making the sanctuary’s residents happy again. Since these cats began active over three decades ago, the charity estimates that they have helped close to 30,000 of them.
According to the organization’s website, “The Cat House on the Kings is California’s largest no-cage, no-kill, life-time cat sanctuary and adoption centre.” Our goals include saving cats and kittens and placing them in loving, long-term homes, giving unwanted cats and kittens a home in a special, cage-free facility, preventing pet overpopulation by spaying and neutering, and educating the public about ethical pet ownership.
The Cat Home on the Kings has saved over 30,000 cats and 7,100 dogs since its founding 29 years ago, not including the 56,000 animals we have actually spayed and neutered! He currently takes care of more than 700 cats, kittens, about a dozen dogs, and numerous peacocks. Fortunately, Lynea can rely on the enormous support she gets from the staff and volunteers.
There are always people who need medical attention, and all of these animals need to be fed. It’s not an easy task to care for over a thousand cats, and according to Lynea, the annual cost comes to nearly 1.6 million dollars.
The cost of caring for these animals at Lynea’s at the shelter is enormous, and the charity lacks a reliable source of funding. She decided to give it to the sanctuary as a result, enabling them to increase it by at least six acres. A huge cat-proof fence was also able to be put in place, allowing the cats to wander freely and worry-free.
Lynea’s different house visitors have also managed to garner notice online, where she is referred to as the “ultimate cat woman.”
She treats them well, according to one commenter. “It’s a lot better than the hoarders who have troubled cats running about. She demands a prize. They are all in awe of her and unafraid, which is a tremendous blessing. I don’t feel she’s a crazy cat lady at all, another person remarked. Instead, I think of her as a kind person who loves animals.
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