Looking for a barn cat? Photos in this listing are simply generic photos. Since our barn kitty "inventory" changes, we only use generic photos but are able to send you specific photos of cats available when you email us with your interest and what you are looking for. SCHS has male and female cats (age one to five years) who are in need of forever homes in barns! Short haired, medium haired, long haired, a variety of colors and patterns, and ages . . . .these cats are more comfortable living outdoors and would prefer country livin' over roughing it indoors and would love to lounge on a bale of hay, roost in your barn, peruse stalls and ensure your farm has no rodent problems while bringing it charm and meows! Each of these cats has already been spayed/neutered, is current on all shots, Feluk/FIV tested negative, treated for fleas with Revolution and de-wormed. They are not feral, these are foster cats which are maybe shy with people or skittish, or do not get along with other pets in close proximity, or simply cats which don't like to be held or petted much but enjoy looking out the window or tackling furry mice at their foster home instead! Email today to get more info on our selection of kitties that are suitable for country living on the farm, and we will be happy to assist! To support our foster and adoption program, a donation of $25 is requested for a barn kitty adoption.
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