Currently we are looking to place Emmee and Ribbon -
Emmee and Ribbon are litter mates born to a very feral three legged female cat in Perkiomenville. Fortunately, their caretakers were very persevering and finally got the mom-cat spayed. These girls were given much time to socialize and will not cross over; they can be petted but will hiss and fuss. They are almost two years old, healthy, spayed, vaccinated, microchipped, and have been bathed and groomed. And they would very much appreciate the chance to be together in a barn home.
Our barn cats come from all types of situations but most commonly are being threatened in their outdoor homes by neighbors, condo associations, etc. and their caretakers contact Stray Cat Blues in desperate need of help to find a new safe place for them to live.
All of our barn cats are healthy, fixed, vaccinated, dewormed, microchipped, and bathed and groomed. They are hoping to be soon be free living in a safe outdoor home and promise to work hard as mousers for their room and board!
Please consider giving them a chance.
If you like to give them opportunity for a better life, please fill out a Barn Cat Application on our website. Please go to www.straycatblues.org/how-to-adopt.
We have many Barn Cats that we currently have available needing homes. If you have a home that needs or could accommodate a couple of Barn Cats (outdoor cats), please let us know! We have Barn Cats of all ages, many different colorings. They are spayed/neutered and healthy. Some friendlier, others more shy, all in need of a place to call their own. Most of our Barn Cats come from situations where they were living in dangerous conditions. You can make a big difference by adopting Barn Cats!
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