Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary: Where Cats Live at Ancient Ruins

Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary: Where Cats Live at Ancient Ruins
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Have you heard about this Roman cat sanctuary where the cats live at ancient ruins? After I learned about this place, I instantly added it to our Rome itinerary (and near the top of the list, I might add). Justin and I love cats and I think it’s so interesting that a cat rescue center like this exists at such a historical site.

We both proudly support cat sanctuaries and adoption centers. After all, our two cats are both rescued cats that we adopted from shelters at home in Ontario, Canada. There are so many stray cats, both at home and around the world, that it’s best to “adopt, not shop”. We wholeheartedly appreciate the tireless efforts of those who operate animal shelters as they are primarily run by volunteers.

Although we weren’t looking to adopt any Italian cats that day, I knew that we had to pay a visit to Torre Argentina Roman Cat Sanctuary. I was happy to interact with the kitties, but I also felt that it was a great opp.... Continue Reading at Justin Plus Lauren



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