A cat owner says the only thing that’s keeping her and her cat happy is the people who visit them, but she can’t imagine the pain her pet would feel if she couldn’t.

“Cats have the greatest love for people and they have the most loving and loving people,” Ms Cuthbertson said.

“They’re the only species that we care very much about.”

Ms Collyer said her cats are “insecure, they are very quiet, and they’re very gentle, and if we want to be quiet they’re not going to come to our house.”

They love being left alone, they love having their food and all the things they love.” “

The cats love it.

They love being left alone, they love having their food and all the things they love.”

The couple, who have three cats, have been on welfare since they started caring for their pet, which has a condition called kennel cough.

“We were just living in a very big house, we were very poor and there was a lot of noise,” Ms Carleyer said.

The couple have now spent more than $300,000 on vet bills.

“If I had to guess, I think we’re going up to $600,000 in vet bills for kennels, but I just don’t know,” Ms Chleyer says.

“I don’t think we’ll ever be able to afford to pay that much for it, but if we’re lucky, we could be able just to afford a small house.”

The cats were brought into the couple’s home through an adoption program run by the South Australian Department of Health and Disability Services (DHDHS), which has partnered with Cat Sanctuary in Adelaide.

“It was an amazing experience, but we felt like we weren’t really getting enough support,” Ms Carsleyer told 7.30.

“When we brought them in, it was like we were letting them in on a secret, but now that we know they’re here and they can really have their life together, it’s amazing.”

Ms Carsher said her experience was a case study in what can happen when people take cats out of their home for the sole purpose of adopting them.

“There’s so many stories of people adopting cats that end up on the streets, and you hear about that from people that know about it, and the cats are just a part of the human experience,” she said.

Cat Sanctuary’s executive director, Sarah Wilson, said the charity was always looking for ways to help those who might be in need.

“Unfortunately, unfortunately, a lot more of the cats in shelters are euthanased because they don’t have a place to live,” she told 7 of the ABC’s Breakfast program.

“So we really need to support people who are in need of help in this way, so they can go out and do their own thing.”

She said they were happy to see that Ms Carsler had found her way to Cat Sanctuary and was now looking after her cats.

“This is such an important time for the cats, they really need a loving home,” Ms Wilson said.

Cats are more than just a pets: ‘It’s just a thing’ ‘We love them and they love us’ Ms Carleyser said she and her husband were excited to see how they were going to deal with the cats’ arrival.

“A couple of weeks before they got here, I said, ‘Oh, this is really exciting, we’ve got two cats.'”

They had already been with their owner for two years when they arrived, but Ms Carsleyser, who is originally from the US, had never met them.

They started their first day with a short visit from Ms Carleser, and Ms Carslyners said they bonded quickly.

“She was just like, ‘We’ve got these cats now, they know us and they don’t want to leave us,'” Ms Carswell said.

Ms Carshelser said they had been living in the same house for two weeks, but the cats were all separated.

“My husband and I didn’t really know what we were doing, because it’s just such a thing, they just love each other and they just don’ want to go anywhere else,” she says.

Ms Cyser said the first couple weeks were rough, with their cats constantly being separated from their owners.

“Every time they were out there, they were in our kitchen, we had to wash dishes, so we had no place to go,” Ms Camleyer, Ms Carslee and Ms Cyleyer say.

“But when we got there, it felt like a new day.”

They took the cats out for a short period of time, and although it wasn’t an instant home for them, they quickly became accustomed to living together.