Adopt a Barn Cat and save a life!
Our goal is to humanely prevent free roaming cats from uncontrolled breeding. This is a major source of homeless kittens and adult cats winding up in shelters. Adopting a feral or semi-feral cat as a barn, shop, or warehouse cat is a practical alternative to euthanasia. By giving these cats a place to live, they will in return work as a team diligently and effectively to keep your rodent population down. Adopting two or more is recommended. Cats in groups can alert each other to danger from approaching predators and keep each other company.
Requirements from owners: Shelter indoors of some type- a clutter free environment- food daily- fresh water daily- Once your cat's food source runs out, they need to stay healthy to continue their work. Contrary to popular belief, keeping a cat hungry does not mean it will hunt more. A well-fed cat will hunt for entertainment and catch more prey than a hungry cat.
The cats will need a brief period of adjustment. Secure confinement is necessary for a short time.
This program is supported by Kitten Rescue of Mason County
Please fill out and submit this BARN CAT APPLICATION FORM and someone will get back to you for an appointment time.
For more information, please call Deedre Sigmond at 360-490-5627
Please leave a message and she will contact you within 24 hours.
NOTE: THESE ARE NOT PLAYFUL LAP CATS!