Ideal residents for stables or barns
Healthy, sterilized cats need barn homes! These cats are not particularly interested in being petted or cuddling up on your lap, they do however, need a reasonably safe place to live out their lives. A home at a farm, horse stable or other suitable outdoor environment with shelter would suit.
All the cats have tested negative for FeLV/FIV, been vaccinated for common cat illnesses and rabies and have been surgically sterilized.
Caretaker responsibilities include providing daily food and water, protection from the elements and long-term veterinary care (yearly vaccinations and worming and any emergency care.)
Be prepared for a brief period of adjustment. Moving to a new home is stressful for anyone, cats included! After a short stay in secure confinement, the cats will accept their new home and be chasing mice out of your grain with enthusiasm.
If you would be interested in adopting barn cats, please contact: People Assisting Animal Welfare
Guidance and help will be provided during the relocation process.
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