Castellano

Here’s what happens to the unsterilized home cats free to ramble: Castellano was hit by car and now he’s broken!
Without a paw and with a spinal damage, he runs after people to be pampered.
Let’s make him feel at home with a distance adoption!

Rockabilly

Despite his name, Rockabilly is an introverted guy: he meditates and sometimes hides …
Who will win his heart?

Zarqa

Zarqa is a refugee, she comes from Jordan, and her colony doesn’t exist anymore.
She is a healthy, good and young cat, with a great problem: anything new terrifies her and fear makes her urinate without control!
Now she is back in the nursery where she has found peace.

Mozart

Swinging between sweetness and sympathy… here is Mozart, young neurological cat! We were hoping for a real adoption, but he has a leaky faucet that does not prevent him from purring.

Dreyfus

Cats in desperate situations arrive at TA from shelters around Rome.  Dreyfus is one of those cases.  He comes from the sea, he’s FIV positive and with a rhinotracheitis that made him blind.  He needed too much care for the small shelter in Anzio.  Our doors at Torre Argentina are open for those who, like him, deserve an adoption at a distance!

RUBIO

Rubio appeared among the ruins in the spring of 2015.
He was a beautiful, healthy young cat, with golden almond eyes and a mild character, and we thought it would be adopted immediately.
It has not been so, the years have passed and Rubio is still among us.
He would need a little luck … maybe distance adoption could bring it to him!

TRILLY

As beautiful as she is unpredictable, Trilly has had many offers to adopt her retracted because of her overly nervous character. Here at Torre Argentina she prefers the male volunteers to the ladies. Who will convince her not to discriminate?

TAREK

As the large scar on his back shows, Tarek is a not so young, handsome black cat that has had a hard life. But he is doing very well here at the shelter. He is such a charmer that during the times he decides to disappear into the Sacred Area ruins, all the volunteers immediately miss him and worry!

PORTHOS

Porthos is a beautiful cat with long gray fur, who loves to welcome visitors at the top of the stairs of the shelter or directly on the threshold – making everyone step over him. Unfortunately he does not like being brushed, so at times his hair knots tightly into dreadlocks making him the first Rasta cat of Torre Argentina!

PAOLETTO

Paoletto is a free spirit! Because he is lame, we thought we should protect him by keeping him in the nursery. But he managed to escape and now runs happily in the ruins of the Sacred Area, climbing everywhere and sleeping on the scaffolding! He worries us, but we see that he is happy to return to the shelter for food and petting, then a quick nap and he is off to the next adventure