World's Largest No-Kill Animal Sanctuary Has Saved Over 24,000 Felines

Running a no-kill animal shelter is a tough job, and it goes without saying that many of those furry friends who are rescued will be staying at the sanctuary for the rest of their lives, but when you run the world’s largest no-kill cat sanctuary you must be up to your neck in furballs and dirty litter boxes!

The Cat House on the Kings, California has earned the title of world’s largest no-kill animal sanctuary the hard way- by saving the lives of over 24,000 felines since opening in 1992.

The Cat House was founded by Lynea Lattanzio, a cat lover who has no problem tending to the 700 cats who still call the sanctuary home, and her comfy kitty estate was captured in all its purrfect glory by photographer Christina Gandolfo in an effort to bring attention to the shelter, which relies on donations to stay in business.

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Amazing how well this shelter does it's job without killing on such limited resources when PETA with all their huge funding has shelters with obscenely high kill rates.
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