There's been a few questions recently as to how the cats that I rescue live.
Well first of all, we live together on a small Cycladic island in a small estate at the end of the white track you can discern on the left hand side in the image above. It is set in a small bay which is a nature preserved area and therefore very friendly to any nature creature - given the fact that they are looked after of course. We're so lucky that we have a small bungalow/apartment (which was meant for another purpose!), but which has now become the home for those cats that have directly been rescued - meaning they suffered in one way or another. We have another 5-6 feral/semi-feral cats which lives in and around the garden. They have access to an outdoor sheltered space with blankets, but unless it rains they prefer to sleep in bushes or under the neighbors abandoned rowing boat (it's a very warm climate here). They would freak out in a confined space. The rescue cats spend much of their time outside but love to snuggle indoor at night time or when it is just too hot outside (which it is at the moment). Finding the right purpose for the little bungalow has evolved naturally over time. It's small with a combined kitchen/living room and a seperate bedroom, which now acts as the recovery room for any newcomer. It's just the perfect space for the cats. I've long admired this lady - and who knows... this place might one day look similar.