Maine Coon Adoptions. She's not really your regular, independent, "I'll see you when I see you," kind of cat. She greets people at the door, follows us to every room, likes to eat when we eat, and "talks" A LOT. Not a day goes by that she doesn't crack us up, and bring us happiness.
At some point this year, the hubs came home and told me about this amazing place he'd visited on a sound job: The Cat House on the Kings. Cat House on the Kings is California's largest no-cage, no-kill, lifetime cat sanctuary and adoption center. It's a 12-acre facility where 500-700 cats (and some dogs) live together inside, outside, up in trees, wherever they want. I forgot all about it until Maine Coon Adoptions posted on their Facebook Page this week that they took a road trip there to drop off three feral cats.
Below is a terrific video about Cat House on the Kings so you can see, as the filmmaker calls it, this "Planet of the Cats." I'd hope I can visit there someday >^..^<
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