Ruin Cats, Part 3 (Torre Argentina, Rome)


Largo di Torre Argentina is an excavated square containing the remains of four temples and the Theatre of Pompey, where Caesar was assassinated. It’s also home to a no-kill cat shelter and hundreds of cat friends. We spent so long standing in the rain spotting as many as we could, you’d think we didn’t have any where we came from.

Sadly the shelter has been threatened with closure and are currently waiting to see how the city’s new administration feel towards them. Good luck guys!






3 responses to “Ruin Cats, Part 3 (Torre Argentina, Rome)”

  1. Great pictures! I saw this too in the ruins at Rome when I visited. I even found a cat with one eye. I think the cats give an extra character to the place but it is sad they are all strays and have no homes.

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