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Barn Cats   

In shelter Cat

Hamilton, ON, L8G 2G2
Pet name:
Barn Cats
Domestic Long Hair
The Pride Rescue is seeking safe barn or indoor/outdoor homes for several cats who are currently living outdoors and are semi-feral/feral. Each has been trapped as part of The Prides TNR (trap, neuter, release) program and has already vaccinated/spayed/neutered - these city-cats are living amongst high traffic in and around downtown Hamilton feeding stations maintained by The Pride, and desperately need to find safe, rural homes where they can happily live out their lives as barn cats. These cats are not mousers, though they WILL catch mice, they are used to and must continue to be properly fed/watered by a caring property owner who would like a lovely feline or two to patrol the barn. Some of these guys enjoy the odd bit of petting and might make suitable "office cats" to interested businesses, but most are quite independent cats who simply need a safer outdoor space to call home.

**PLEASE SUBMIT A BRAN CAT APPLICATION TODAY** Applications are available on our website at under Barn Cats


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