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The conservatory adjoins the lounge and as always, there is  plenty to be seen. One of the draws to this webcam is that it is the home of BooBoo! His open cage is just to the bottom left corner of the camera and he often performs his unique routines on his perch which is in clear view of the camera. When not showing off, he is often seen shouting his orders out to the volunteers and the cats! At the far end of the room is our tree of life, where leaves are bought either whilst visiting the sanctuary or on our online gift shop and placed on the tree. These are often bought in memory of a sponsored resident or a supporter’s own cat that has passed away.

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Thie Noa is Manx for new house. This building was our aviary for some years and we had to convert it due to our ever growing numbers. This worked well as the birds and rabbits moved into a new-built aviary which is much better for them and the Thie Noa became the peaceful and relaxing room we needed it to be. Some new residents are initially put in here and also a few oldies like to live in here as well, as it is quiet for them. One resident that has made her-self very well known on this camera is our eighteen year old birman, Tallulah. The useful factor with Thie Noa is that it has a cat flap to an enclosed outdoor area, allowing the occupants free access to fresh air.

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There is always plenty of activity to be seen and enjoyed on the lounge webcam. The lounge, joined with the conservatory, houses the majority of the residents and on open days it is the main entrance to the sanctuary where visitors enjoy sitting with the cats, feeding them Dreamies and also purchasing goods from our in house gift shop. It’s also a good place to see some of our popular residents at feeding time as a couple of oldies have their own dish of food. Zebedee an all-white long haired sixteen year old can be seen standing on top of a chair until he is served his tea and also Sox patiently waits in her ‘apartment’ as it is known, just to the right of the picture!

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This webcam has proved very watchable to our followers as regular sanctuary visitors are not permitted to see the feral house – it is an exclusive to the webcams! Many sanctuaries are operating this catch, neuter and release programme, where we do not. We catch the ferals and neuter them but also then give them a permanent, safe home where they know they will never be in doubt as to where there next meal is coming from or if they are going to be warm for the night. You can enjoy seeing how the feral cats live here and watch all their nightly antics as when we feed them and turn their heat on, they are then left in peace for the night. They too have access to outdoors, not enclosed outdoors as they deserve their freedom but as you can imagine, they all make sure they are back for their tea and a place under the heaters! You may also recognise the odd visiting resident escaping for some peace through the day!

Conservatory
Thie Noa
Lounge
Feral House

Mann Cat Sanctuary

Main Road

Santon

Isle of Man

IM4 1EE

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