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My name is Working Cats!

I'm being cared for by
Brown County Humane Society

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Domestic Shorthair
Pet ID
Hair Length

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Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

These cats are also known as Barn Cats or Feral Cats. What is a feral cat? Feral cats are the offspring of lost or abandoned pet cats, or the offspring of other feral cats. Feral cats are not accustomed to contact with people as most of them have been raised with little to no contact with humans. For some people they are a nuisance and many are trapped and taken to local humane societies, like ours. Some may come around and become friendly, many of them will not. So what happens with these feral cats when they enter shelters? Most of them are killed. Our shelter believes that cats like these deserve to live as they are a product of our own human irresponsibility. Last year, we were able to find homes for 100% of our un-socialized cats, but we need your help! They are spayed or neutered and vaccinated against rabies. There is no adoption fee, but if you'd like to make a donation, it would be greatly appreciated. All homes interested in "adopting" one of our Working Cats, must agree to provide food, water, protection from the elements and long-term veterinary care. Barns, horse stables, warehouses and country homes with lots of land often make excellent homes for these cats. 

June 6, 2023, 4:29 am

Brown County Humane Society

Contact info
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128 State Road 135 South, Nashville, IN 47448

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

The adoption fee for our pets range from $45-$200 depending on the species, breed, age, and other factors. We often have discounted adoption fees for pets that have been in the shelter for an extended period of time or have special needs. Several times a year we will have special adoption promotions for various pets. Those specials will be promoted on our website, Check our website often!

Go meet their pets

We are open Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12-5. We are closed on Tuesday and Thursday.

Also, please visit our adoptable cats and kitties at the Petco Store in Bloomington, IN, the PetSmart in Martinsville, IN or Speck's in Greenwood, IN - 7 days a week during store open hours.

More about this shelter

Our shelter is a small rural shelter in south central Indiana. We are an open admission shelter and accept all of Brown County's homeless pets. Our current out alive rate is 98%!