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I Gatti di Su Pallosu, San Vero Milis
(4.7/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web)
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  • adorable kittens in star poses on the beach, a place where our animal friends are super pampered ...
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  • In my opinion it's a great place. ... and the Kingdom of cats ... the beach and the whole area are invaded by cats that are also swimmers. The cats of Su Pallosu are known everywhere. ... I recommend everyone whether they are holidaying on the Oristanese coast to visit Su Pallosu and its splendid felines
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  • We went to visit the colony and because we had read some good reviews about it, and because we love both cats and hoped to be able to cuddle a little, its in a spacious and unusual as a beach. We found ourselves in the garden small house run down and tired, chock full of improbable relics that are not absolutely the feline race, do not tell anything about the cats that should be part of the colony, and where the only thing that stands out is the huge cage where cats, which the owners say be foundlings, should, in their opinion, remain locked up for safekeeping. We didn't see even half of 58 cats that should live in the colony. And no cat on the small beach in front of the garden. But the really bad thing was the attitude of the managers. Both inhospitable, we had the feeling that he, in particular, was jealous of cats. It seemed that he did not do it for nothing pleased them caress and it looked terrible on our 2 years old that he wanted to get one in her arms, monitoring our every move without taking my eyes off of you. Perhaps we were wrong to expect something different, thinking of the Colony as a place where cats live free in a space entirely natural, where visitors may approach in peace and pamper those more sociable, but find ourselves in this pair's House that so very sullen showed us around their garden, elencandoci just the names of their cats , left us really stunned. And even more stunned we were at the exit, where the same managers dismissed a family who had come to visit the colony (even food for cats!) because he had phoned earlier to take the appointment. Yet there was no one else besides us! It was a big disappointment! My advice? Don't make hundreds of kilometers to go. Not worth it!
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