Talented photographer Jess Lessard spends her free time every week helping out at the local cat shelter in her community.
Talented photographer Jess Lessard spends her free time every week helping out at the local cat shelter in her community. While tending to cats, kittens, and sometimes puppies too, Lessard also takes photos of the animals to spread awareness about the sanctuary and the 700 cats currently available for adoption.
The Cat House on the Kings is located along the Kings River in Parlier, California. The 12-acre sanctuary offers a no-kill, no-cage, cat paradise to four-legged friends in need of a home. Since the Cat House opened its doors more than 23 years ago, they have successfully saved the lives of over 23,000 cats and 7,000 dogs. Fresno County needs a place for animals to live until they are adopted, as the other animal shelter in town euthanizes a shocking number of animals, around 65,000 every year.
The Main House
Lynea Lattanzio, the owner and founder of Cat House, once called this home her very own. Today, the cats have 100% taken over.
Everywhere You Look A Cat Is Watching You
So Many Cats, So Little Cat Fights
Pretty Green-Eyed Cat
The Dogs Get Stalked Big Time Around Here
Catching Some Sun
The Poppy Burger Memorial Bench By The River
They Call This Beautiful Cat Sophia Loren
Curious Cats Watching You From All Angles…
The Art Around The Home Is Even Cat-Inspired
There Is A Special Adoption Room Set Up Just For The Kittens
There Is Even A Place For Formerly Feral Cats To Feel At Home
So Many Cool Cats Available For Adoption!
These Cats Eat A Lot Of Food!
The Cat House On the Kings is a nonprofit organization, supported entirely by donations and the kindnesss of others. For the love of cats (and dogs too!), help support this awesome sanctuary by visiting The Cat House on the Kings official website.