Mc Kenzie’s reactions to the ridiculousness that Kai is facing are much more natural and funny in these settings.The flashbacks, rather than the coffee shop scenes, are what make this series worth watching.Kalel is a well-known social media star who runs the hugely popular self-titled You Tube channel which boasts of almost two million subscribers! Venturing into the world of social media in 2010, she first created a beauty channel on You Tube titled ‘queenbeeuty’ which became quite successful. crazy cat lady” on her Facebook profile, Kalel is known for her highly entertaining videos as well as her poignant posts on animal rights.He noticed her right away when she came in the door: Big dark eyes and a ballerina’s build, her nails glistening blue-green in the lights of the Chipotle.He was a year out of high school, a gangly shy kid about to start a job at Home Depot, but he wasn’t too shy to go over and ask for her number. But she liked him enough to give him her username on the messaging app Kik.Having enjoyed her first taste of success with this channel, she proceeded to create another channel where she posted lifestyle, vlogs and advice videos.Though she eventually deleted both these channels, she went on to start several other channels in the ensuing years.
Lattanzio runs Cat House on the Kings, California's largest no-cage, no-kill sanctuary for feral and abandoned cats and, along with her team of volunteers, cares daily for an estimated 800 adult cats and 300 kittens — and even a handful of peacocks.
Outside, there is the "pasture project" — a fenced enclosure with two sheds, patios, and enough grass and trees for them to play without getting bored.
But while Lattanzio has given her cats free rein of the house, some have even begun to invade her trailer: "When I moved to the trailer, I swore it would be a cat free zone, but I currently have 20 kittens and four puppies in there.
Lattanzio first began fostering cats in 1992, even going so far as to become a veterinary technician in order to keep the animals' medical costs as low as possible as the number of cats she homed began to grow.
Since the founding of the sanctuary, Lattanzio and her team have saved over 24,000 cats and 7,000 dogs and is also responsible for 40,000 animals being spayed and neutered over the years.