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My name is Barn Cats!

Domestic Shorthair Cat for adoption in Bristol, Connecticut - Barn Cats
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Hearts United Cat Rescue

Facts about Barn Cats

  • Breed: Domestic Shorthair
  • Color: Brown Tabby
  • Age: Young
  • Sex: Female
  • Hair: Short
Our barn cat program is for our cats that take part in the TNR (Trap-Neuter-Return) program but can't be returned to their communities because of danger or lack of care. These are our less social cats that don't crave the company of people, at least at this point in their lives. These cats are peaceful, easy to care for, and make friends easily with other farm animals. Pictured is our lovely Chula who was adopted as a mouser for the family chicken coop. The family followed the relocation instructions and Chula became queen of the land! Like Chula, many families that have adopted a barn cat report that the cats have become friendly over time and bonded with the other animals as well has the people. Most often, the cats are delivered in pairs by our volunteer that settle the cats in and provide instructions for you to follow. All agree that it is very rewarding to give a home and freedom to a less fortunate cat who just by chance was born without a human hand. Please fill out our application from our website and call 860-479-5173. Thank you!

About Hearts United Cat Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Hearts United Cat Rescue is comprised of a group of families united by our passion and dedication to help homeless cats. We do not have a physical shelter, but instead work out of a network of foster homes throughout the central Connecticut area where the fostered cats and kittens are treated like members of the family.

The cats remain in their foster homes until they find their permanent, committed and loving families. While being fostered they learn what it is like to be part of a family.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our pets are in private homes and our foster families are flexible and happy to accommodate to your schedule. Since they are private homes, you do need to fill out an application before going for a visit. We have public showings and adoption event at the United Methodist Church in Newington and we are in partnership with the PetSmart in Plainville.

Our Adoption Process...

The first step to our adoption process is to fill out our quick and easy online application that is found on our website. From there our adoption counselor will call you to go over it with you and talk about any concerns that you may have.

We collect a tax deductible donation of $100 to offset medical costs that we provide the cats. Those costs include: flea control, internal parasites treatment and age appropriate vaccines. We also provide them with a wellness checkup and testing for FeLV and FIV. We ask for $125 if a kitten is already spayed/neutered. Adults are $100 and are fully vetted. Seniors, special needs and bonded pairs have a reduced donation. We do provide a spay/neuter program for kittens that are too young to be spayed/neutered. The cost of the program is $80.
If you have any questions the fastest way to reach our adoption coordinator is through email. Thank you!