These 4 cats were headed for death before we pulled them from a MI county shelter. They are feral and need barn homes. We would be willing to let them be relocated in two pairs to separate homes, if a single barn cannot be found to take all 4. They are the same family group, less than one year old, 1 female, 3 males. THEY ARE ALL SPAYED AND NEUTERED.
Barn homes MUST be willing to feed cats daily, provide fresh water, and suitable shelter within their barns/outbuildings. They must also agree to follow our 10 day rehoming procedure (supplies will be provided).
We are willing to drive these cats anywhere within 2 hours of our facility in order to place them into a quality barn living situation. Please contact our director Gina at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can provide 2 or 4 Ferals a barn home.
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