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Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Manitowoc, Wisconsin - Sterilized Barn Cats (Outdoor)
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I'm being cared for by:
Free Roaming Feline Program

Facts about Sterilized Barn Cats (Outdoor)

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Gray, Blue Or Silver Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 7851850
  • Hair: Short
While helping to rescue felines we continually face the situation where we end up with stray or feral cats that cannot be RETURNED (the "R" in T-N-R) to where they were trapped. Because these cats and kittens are not socialized we cannot place them in an indoor home. They need to be relocated to an outdoor environment. Our OUTDOOR Free Roamers have been born and raised outdoors, or were once indoor pets that have been abandoned or lost and have reverted to wild ways in order to survive. These cats are feral or timid (although some are quite friendly and used to being around humans) and need a home at a farm, horse stable, greenhouse, warehouse or other suitable outdoor environment with shelter where they can live out their lives in relative safety. All of our adoptable Free Roamers are healthy, have been spayed/neutered, and vaccinated. The top 1/4 tip of the cats left ear was removed (about 3/8') while when they were under anesthesia for sterilization. Ear-tipping is a universal symbol used to identify feral cats that are sterilized and vaccinated. Outdoor Free Roamers are great working cats! They will keep your barn and property rodent-free. Utilizing cats for rodent control is an environmentally-friendly alternative to using toxic poisons to control rodents and pests. Adopting a Free Roamer is truly organic pest control! Caretakers of Free Roamers will need to provide food and water daily, and keep them safe from extreme heat or cold. Relocating outdoor cats can be a bit tricky, so a brief transition period in a large kennel or confined area is required. To check availability of outdoor Free Roamers or if you would like more info about adopting, please contact Kathy at 920.686.8899 or email FreeRoamingFelineProgram@gmail.com

About Free Roaming Feline Program

About Our Rescue Group...

We are a no-kill feline group, rescuing stray and abandoned cats and kittens.
We do not have a shelter/public building. We are a foster-based rescue so all of our adoptable cats and kittens are being loved and cared for in foster homes until we find a forever home, no matter how long it takes.

Our all-volunteer group is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

Come Meet Our Pets...

Adoption Events are held regularly.
Please check our website or Facebook page for upcoming events.
https://www.facebook.com/FreeRoamingFelineProgram/

Our Adoption Process...

Thank you for considering adopting from us!
To get the process started, please fill out an adoption application, available on our website http://www.freeroamingfelineprogram.com/
Please allow us a few days to process your application. You must be at least 21 to adopt from us.
Adoption fee is $60.
All kittens and cats have been sterilized, vaccinated and microchipped.