It’s the cemetery of Valencia, not a cemetery for cats but a human cemetery with cats living there. A lot of cats.
I don’t know if it is a a common thing or characteristic of this cemetery, but during my visits to the cemetery of Valencia, it was noticiable the amount of cats living there. Resting, wandering around, sometimes approaching me in pursuit of food, I guess. Even I took some photo of graves and later, reviewing it in my laptop, found that a cat was there, watching me.
Cemeteries are quiet places, obviously much safer for cats than the streets of a large city as Valencia. And surely there is a plentiful fauna in cemeteries, an island of biodiversity in cities: insects, worms, rodents, lizards, birds. A place where cats can hunt preys and haven’t threats against them. Although the guy below these lines likely wouldn’t agree with my last sentence, note his/her left ear and right eye.
Also surely there are people coming to leave food for them, as it happens at the streets as well. This is confirmed by the many signs in the cemetery prohibiting to feed cats. So it seems a perfect place if you are a cat.