Working Barn Cats! The eco-friendly solution for rodent and pest control. These are cats that have lived outside their entire lives and are happy out there. They will take care of your rodent problems and in return ask nothing but food, water, and shelter. These cats have been spayed/neutered and vaccinated and are ready to go. Many of these barn cats came from very bad situations and were most likely facing certain death where they were. You will be helping your farm while also saving the lives of these wonderful cats. The feral cats are not socialized to humans and are not adoptable as pets. They do make a wonderful addition to your farm! Cats must be adopted in pairs at a minimum. We can talk about a maximum for your farm. Cats must have shelter and be fed and watered daily. If you are interested in some of our working felines please send an email to email@example.com
We are a cat advocacy group dedicated to ending feline overpopulation in our area. Our purpose is to help owned and unowned cats in our area by facilitating high quality, high volume, low cost spay/neuter services; helping caregivers to find resources to keep and humanely care for their cats; and providing care to cats in need, especially those who may not find help elsewhere.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We are completely foster home based and do not cage our cats unless medically necessary. Because we are foster home based, we require an approved application on file and will then make arrangements for you to meet that special cat or kitten!
Our Adoption Process...
An adoption application can be filled out online through our web site www.commcat.org. We will process your application as soon as possible. Our adoption fees are $50 for adults and $85 for kittens under one year old. Adoption fees include the spay or neuter, rabies and distemper vaccinations, worming, and microchipping.
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