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**Barn Cat**   

In shelter Cat

Forest, Virginia, 24551
Pet name:
**Barn Cat**
Domestic Short Hair
We have healthy feral and semi-feral cats in need of new outdoor homes!These cats make ideal residents for farms, horse stables, barns, and other suitable locations with outdoor shelter options. And they help with rodent control!The cats will all be spayed or neutered, vaccinated for rabies, and ear-tipped. The cats will require a period of adjustment to acclimate to their new outdoor homes - we will gladly provide guidance and assistance with the relocation process.Barn cat adopters are required to fill out the same application as our regular cat adopters, however, we are much more flexible and less stringent with the application review process. Barn cat applications are sent to our TNR Program Manager following an initial review.We offer barn cats for FREE. This is because so many of these cats are unable to be tamed and therefore cannot be adopted as indoor pets. By placing them in a setting where they are safe and fed, you are giving them the best home possible for their circumstances - you are literally saving their lives. Many of these cats are in danger, unwanted, uncared for, are displaced or no longer have anyone to take care of them. They need a safe haven.**** Our first step is an application which can be filled out at  ****


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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