HELP FIND HOMES FOR BARN OR FERAL CATS
Our small rescue is full and needs to find homes for rescued feral cats! These cats are feral (wild) and need homes at a farm, ranch, horse stable, ranch or other suitable outdoor environment with shelter. These cats were rescued as strays and from other situations where they received no socialization, such as too many cats and/or hoarding. You do not have to be afraid of a feral cat; it is afraid of you and will not attack or hurt you. Feral cats are no trouble and basically try to avoid human contact. Feral cats are not wildlife; they cant fend for themselves like a squirrel or raccoon. They are domesticated animals that are feral through no fault of their own. These cats have been sterilized and vaccinated and now need homes where they can live out their lives. These cats are excellent micers and will help control your rodent problem! Caretaker responsibilities include providing daily food and water, protection from the elements and long-term veterinary care. Be prepared for a brief period of adjustment. Moving to a new home is stressful for anyone, cats included! The cats will need a secure confined area to stay in for a short stay before accepting and staying in their new home.
$50 each adoption fee, cash only, which is to help reimburse for a portion of expenses of cat rescue and rehabilitation. Adoption contract required. Location: Quail Valley/Menifee, Southwest Riverside County.
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