PALMA City Council have installed seven shelters for stray cats across the city centre.
In aim of keeping the animals safe and warm during the winter, the innovative dome-shaped shelters have been made from recyclable material and have been designed to look and achieve the same insulation results as that of an igloo.
In collaboration with the Moixos de Canamunt Association, the shelters can be found in La Calatrava, Plaça del Pes de la Palla, Plaça de Quadrado, Plaça Llorenç Bisbal and on Carrer de Sant Joan de Déu in Palma de Mallorca, Spain.
For those that want to visit the new cat homes, the council asks residents to adhere to the strict rules which are signposted next to the shelters. This includes refraining from feeding the cats as they are being cared for by authorised volunteers.
The shelters were installed in the capital last week, where Alberto Jarabo, Councillor for the Environment, attended the inauguration alongside those who have made this project possible.