Life is Good for Australian Feline Retirees at Homeleigh

 - Feb 11, 2010
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There’s a retirement home next to the Keysborough Animal Shelter near Melbourne, Australia, and that’s a great thing for the residents because they are cats. The cats have a stream of human visitors to spend time with and staff makes sure they are fed. The cats are free to roam the house and garden.

Owners of cats who are at least 8 years of age can donate $6000 and rest assured that if something should happen to them, their cats will be well-cared for and allowed to live out their lives in comfy retirement.