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We stayed in a hotel close to the sanctuary and visited the cats most days. The volunteers clearly care about the welfare of the cats and kindly let us into the area where the disabled cats, kittens and the terminally ill cats stay. We were...More
We made a point to see these Roman cats. You cant walk in the ruins, but all along outside & take pictures. If you are lucky one might come visit you for scratches like for me. We started by going down into where the adoptees,...More
This was one of the highlights for me - the cats roam freely and safely in the beautiful outdoor ruins with access to a warm, cosy and safe indoor area where the incredible volunteers are based. We were allowed into the cat pen area where...More
We loved Rome. We came across this small (in size) cat shelter in Roman ruins. Upon entering the cats were coming over for love, and the woman who was volunteering there was telling us all about the work they do - no pushing for money...More
The team here do a wonderful job of looking after 120 old and disabled street cats who would be long dead without their care and attention. The story of how this charity has grown over the last 25 years and sterilised all the strays to...More
Love this sanctuary where over a hundred kitties have found a home and place to roam....so sweet! We didn't actually make it down into the shelter but it was fun sitting and watching the cats stroll through the ruins and run out to try and...More
Another Tripadvisor found gem, this beautiful cat sanctuary is set amongst some fabulous ancient ruins, where 130 lovely feline friends are living their best life, cared for by huge hearted volunteers.
The entrance isn't immediately visible from the street, but if you turn to your...More
Tucked away on the corner of one of Rome's historical sights, where Caesar met his fate is a place where cats live.
Down the steps to enter cat heaven, many curled up in their beds hardly glancing up ( as cats do) to acknowledge your...More
With three of Rome’s most beloved piazzas within a five-minute walk of each other, the Navona/Pantheon/Campo area may be the prettiest and most picturesque area of the city. Join the beautiful throngs hanging out in cafes, boutiques, art galleries, and wine bars, or peek at a neighborhood museum or monument. If you want nonstop movida, the streets here are busy with chic bicyclists and Vespa
drivers, street vendors, merchants, and locals. There is no rhyme or reason to its winding streets and there's something to see around every corner, so take pleasure in a spontaneous wander.
Response from astorsgirl | Reviewed this property |
I would email the center directly to ask if they accept food donations. It never even occurred to me to do so! They are very grateful for cash donations, which is how I contributed. I did their "Long Distance Adoption... More
I would email the center directly to ask if they accept food donations. It never even occurred to me to do so! They are very grateful for cash donations, which is how I contributed. I did their "Long Distance Adoption" which is basically a sponsorship : ) If you see my adoptee "Stealth" please cuddle him for me! Have a safe trip!
Response from anna_wostenberg | Reviewed this property |
The entrance is at Largo di Torre Argentina, corner of Via Florida & Via di Torre Argentina. You'll have to descend some stairs (it'll look kind of like you're walking into the ruins of the square, but you're not, I... More
The entrance is at Largo di Torre Argentina, corner of Via Florida & Via di Torre Argentina. You'll have to descend some stairs (it'll look kind of like you're walking into the ruins of the square, but you're not, I promise). There's a door on the right and you can walk right in! There's merchandise to buy and the proceeds go to the cats and their upkeep.