Online newspaper about the Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary and its volunteers
New Summer opening hours.
Although 2018 is still far away, time flies and it is good to plan ahead!
Change in Facebook Group name.
Torre Argentina proudly presents the 2015 statistics that show the results of a year of hard work
Saturday, March 5, 2016
A beautiful adoption story has come to an end
Over the Rainbow Bridge
Over the Rainbow Bridge
Here are the stats for 2014
over the Rainbow Bridge
12 day tour of Italy
The important initiative organized by AISPA, The Anglo Italian Society for the Protection of Animals, is still helping us sterilize many more cats this year.
On the third of July ...
Macario and Gruccia and Laika
It is with great sadness that we announce that Lia is no longer with us.
7 year old Emilia from Sweden
Jessica and her husband Cristian are Torre Argentina volunteers. They have fostered many kittens who eventually found forever homes. In this article, Jessica describes a new experience.
Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuarys champion cat catcher Paola brought in her 1000th cat for sterilization last Sunday! She is the first of our cat catchers to have reached this impressive feat.
In 2002, Simone Loertscher visited Rome and Torre Argentina from Switzerland for the first time. She has never forgotten her first impression: it was dark inside and the cages, full of cats with sad eyes, made her cry. She said that she then decided that one day, she would give a TA cat a home.
A special birthday party in Bern to benefit the cats of Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary.
Results thanks to a successful cooperation.
Zacinto arrived in Torre Argentina on April 13, 2007. He and 55 other cats were taken away by the health authorities from the home of two sisters where these cats had a precarious existence. None of the cats were spayed or neutered, they had been reproducing for some time, propagating the crippling herpes virus which is why all of them were partially or totally blind. We took in three of these cats, one of them was Zacinto. He was totally blind and his eyes were badly infected and had to be removed. Then came Marie ..and this is her story.
In memory of Maya
Letter from Silvana
Cloto, Lachesi and Atropo, three blind kittens, find a new home in Germany with a volunteer from TA.
As promised, I want to tell our friends the story of my little Erinni, not only as a special tribute to her, but as a form of apology to this poor cat, whose life could have been very different had I behaved otherwise. But we always know better with hindsight
... Continuing the story of my little Erinni, not only as a special tribute to her, but as a form of apology to this poor cat
The Unofficial Poster Cat
Roman cats in Switzerland: Rainbow, Sabatina, Braille
Last September I spent a week in Rome, and it goes without saying that Torre Argentina was high on my 'to do' list; every single afternoon was spent in the shelter.
I think about Tropi every day. For the record, his given name is Eutropio, but ever since I adopted him from a distance in December 2007, he has been just Tropi to me.
Green eyes. Red eyelashes. Freckled lips. Ringed tail.
All of us here at Torre Argentina, both humans and cats, are suffering a very sad loss.
With the help of one of the volunteers, I have requested to tell my own story.
Recognizing Lucettas need for company, Jessica adopted affectionate and sweet Gemini
A cat without hope
We know very little about Mascagni?s beginnings but can only guess?.
Remember Deborah?s story about Spurrina, the courageous but wild little kitten that ended up in Torre Argentina after being hit by a car? You might like to know the rest of the story!
On the 29th of May, our longtime fellow volunteer and friend, Martha San Filippo, lost her last battle against cancer.