Today is March 15, or the Ides of March. The human told me it is called this because on this day, a famous human named Julius Caesar was assassinated. The assassins, including his good friend Brutus, stabbed him many times and he died.
A public square in Rome called the Largo di Torre Argentina contains the ruins of the theater where Caesar was stabbed. Because of the historic nature of these ruins, many humans visit them during their trips to Rome. Many humans who visit the ruins receive a furry surprise during their visit.
Kind humans turned the entire area into a cat sanctuary, furiends! Street cats from all over the city come to the Largo di Torre Argentina. When these cats arrive, volunteers trap them and take them to the white coated humans. The white coated humans treat them, and spay and neuter them. After this, the felines return to the Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary.
The felines living here are free to roam around the grounds, and they enjoy their time there. Kind humans have even built an indoor sanctuary for these felines.
There are around 250 felines that live in the sanctuary, and they are cared for by volunteers. Some of the cats in the clowder are missing legs, cannot see, or come from abusive homes. These special needs cats get the extra attention they require.
The main attraction is of course the ruins, but many humans make observing the cats part of their day. On a sunny day, humans enjoy watching the felines relax and sunbathe themselves on the historic pillars and steps. At first, some humans have trouble finding the felines. But once they spot one feline, they are able to see the rest of them.
I told the human that we should go to this place. He told me that it would mean we got on a noisy metal tube for a long time. So I told him to forget it.