People Come From All Over To Cuddle 500 Kitties At This Cat Sanctuary

It’s easy to see why people travel from all over the world to visit the sanctuary when you look at the pictures!

By MARTINA BIALEK
August 9, 2016 11:50
2 minute read.
Cat Sanctuary in Hawaii

Cat Sanctuary in Hawaii. (photo credit: BORED PANDA)

 
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If you like cats and you’re going to Hawaii then you might want to add the Lanai Cat Sanctuary to your itinerary. People travel from all over the world to visit it, and it’s easy to see why when you look at the pictures.

The sanctuary is home to almost 500 cats (495 to be precise) and visitors are free to pet them all, providing they have a long enough vacation of course! Located on the small Hawaiian island of Lanai, the sanctuary covers 25,000 square foot, and because the cats aren’t confined to cages, the free-range felines can roam and explore at their leisure. No wonder the sanctuary’s executive director refers to it as the “Furr” Seasons! The cats are available for either foster or adoption, and any cat that doesn’t find a home is free to spend the rest of its life at the sanctuary. It’s open to the public between 10 a.m. to 3.p.m every day, and our bags are already packed.

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Lanai Cat Sanctuary in Hawaii is home to almost 500 cats

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And you can cuddle every one of them!

If you have time of course!

The sanctuary is located on the small Hawaiian island of Lanai

People come from all over the world to visit

One man flew all the way from Japan just to spend a single day with the cats!

We can’t really blame him though. Just look at them all!

The sanctuary is situated on 25,000 square feet of land

The cats don’t have cages so they’re free to roam and explore

People are free to visit between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. every day

All the cats are available for either foster or adoption and you can also sponsor one of them

Any cat that doesn’t find a home is free to live at the sanctuary for the rest of its life

No wonder the sanctuary’s executive director refers to it as the “Furr” Seasons!

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h/t The Bored Panda

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