In Bradford and Tioga Counties, the problem of cat overpopulation sometimes results in cats that have never had much contact with humans. On large rural properties with barns, we recommend that you adopt multiple cats to ensure effective rodent control. Working/barn cat program; Working/barn cat program What is a working cat? (a municipal pet license may be required) If you are interested in adopting a barn cat, or have questions, contact backyardbuddies@thehumanesociety.org. Our barn cat adoption procedure includes: completed WDR Barn Cat Adoption Application; phone interview; photos of space where cats will live, including proposed confinement area; adoption agreement Can I pick out my working cat? If you have a working barn, stable, home and garden store, warehouse, or any other safe, protected outbuilding, there are cats who need you. Barn cats benefit their caretakers! Our adoption centers in Detroit, Westland and Howell are accepting walk ups for pet adoptions with the following restrictions: OAR's barn cats program takes free-roaming cats who are unsocialized to humans and adopts them into non-traditional situations such as barns, workshops, nurseries, warehouses, junkyards, breweries, and other facilities that need help keeping their vermin population under control. If you have any additional questions, please email jcrockett@animalcaresanctuary.org and we will be happy to assist you. Please note, these cats are from rescues and shelters nationwide and are not available through the ASPCA. We refer to these cats as “barn cats” because that is the most common housing option. These cats are available for a low price of $20 and are spayed or neutered, vaccinated, micro-chipped, and treated for parasites. Looking for free orange kitten female and fixed Elmwood area. Do you have any friendly working cats? All donations go to help us cover some of their medical costs. When you adopt barn cats, we will explain how to acclimate your new cats to the barn and make them feel at home. Domestic Cat Greene County, Xenia, OH ID: 20-09-16-00154 Stinker (historically called Stinky, but he doesn't smell!) The cats will need to be confined for the first 2-4 weeks after adoption, to give them the opportunity to acclimate to their new environment and learn where “home” is. Box 1019 Peotone, IL 60468. What we provide You get to name your own adoption fee for working cats, and they've all been spayed/neutered, ear-tipped, tested for FeLV, microchipped, and vaccinated. All working cats are spayed or neutered, vaccinated for rabies and distemper, and treated for worms and fleas. BARN CAT ADOPTION AGREEMENT & POLICY. The best part is they're FREE!! Due to the nature of the program, we may not have suitable cats available immediately, but will try to fill your request as soon as possible. They will require shelter, such as a barn, outbuilding, igloo under a porch, or access into a garage, and daily nutritious cat food and fresh water. Barn cat adopters are responsible for providing daily food, water, shelter from the elements, and long-term veterinary care. Adopting barn cats is a way to help rescued cats in need of homes, control your rodent population and warm your heart, all at once! Barn placement is the last chance at life for these cats. Barn Buddies are up-to-date on all vaccinations. Welcome to Missouri Barn Cat your place to find working cats for barns, stables, warehouses, nurseries and works yards. She can not keep them as she has multiple coming and going - the food/ litter is expensive as is. And, because these cats are already spayed or neutered, you won’t have to worry about endless litters of kittens appearing! Challenge accepted! Share your LOVE >>> DONATE TODAY. Describe A Tigers Personality, University Of Illinois College Of Law Jd, Sponge Filter For Betta Petsmart, Fs Heart Medical Abbreviation, Jet 2 Cancellation Policy, Northwestern Virtual Tour, Ukg Worksheets English,