In Lincolnshire, England, there is a place where your cat can be loved — even after you die.
Located on seven acres of land, the Lincolnshire Trust for Cats is a retirement home for felines that outlive their owners. It features three central south-facing rooms where cats can sunbathe all day, and also has private rooms for less social cats, enclosed outdoor cat runs and round-the-clock care from a live-in caretaker. The Trust currently homes nearly 80 retired cats, and is always ready to accept new residents.
There is a one-time fee of about $1,300 for incoming retirees, which covers the cost of feeding and homing the cat, as well as contributing to any future medical needs. Typical retirement-home activities, such as shuffleboard, bingo and bridge, are not currently advertised on the Trust’s website.
Check out the cushy digs for these aged felines, and see how many cats you can spot:
BRB, going to retire.