The Foxwood Resort Casino is the number one safest resort in America for felons, according to the American Humane Association.
The resort’s cat count dropped from 10,000 in 2016 to 8,000 this year, with the number of cats killed at the resort falling from 1,000 to 9.
The Fox is also the safest place for cats to stay in the country for both adults and children, according the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
The American Humane association has warned the resort’s cats to be vigilant and not to leave their kennels unattended.
“It is important that guests understand the importance of keeping their pets inside their rooms, especially in a resort where there is a lot of potential for visitors to interact with pets, including at the Foxwoods,” the association said in a statement.
The group also said the resort was the only resort in Arizona that had no indoor kennel.
It is also one of only a handful of resorts in the United States with a zero-tolerance policy for cat infestations.
The resorts website states: “The Foxwoods resort is committed to creating a safer environment for our guests, employees, and the public.
All guests are required to have a safe pet with them at all times, whether in the lobby, on-site, or outside the resort.
If guests or guests’ pets are in the vicinity of other guests or visitors, they are to be isolated until the incident has been reported.”
A spokeswoman for Foxwoods did not respond to a request for comment.
Foxwoods is owned by the Wynn Resorts Group.
The owner, Jim DeMartino, has been involved in an ongoing criminal case against former casino employee Michael M. Gough for the death of a 4-year-old pit bull named Muffin.
DeMartinos lawyer, Mark Lomax, said Gough was the victim of an armed robbery in 2016 and was not a frequent visitor to the resort when Gough and Muffins owner, Michael B. Gaysinger, were killed.
De Martino has pleaded not guilty to the charges.
He has also been charged with multiple felonies, including assault with intent to kill and child neglect.
The state attorney general’s office says it will not be releasing any additional details about the case.
The casino has said it will begin instituting new policies for keeping cats inside and to keep them in a secure enclosure until they have been spayed or neutered.
Foxwood is the third most dangerous place in the nation for cats, according with the American Animal Hospital Association.
It also ranks number four on its list of the 50 most dangerous places in America with a 10-fold increase from 2016, when the American Hospital Association’s Cat Care Index ranked the resort at the bottom.
Fox Woods was the subject of an investigation by the Arizona Department of Health in 2015 after a resident reported seeing a dog on a balcony and the dog’s owner told a neighbor she was worried about the dog, which was described as a large white, medium-sized breed.
The resident called the state health department, who determined the dog was not healthy and a violation of the state’s nuisance and public nuisance ordinances.
Fox News’ Ben Swann contributed to this report.