Barn Cat Program
The Barn Cat Program is currently on hold.
If you have a barn, stable, warehouse, workshop or garage, you can help save a cat! If you live on a farm, ranch, dairy or vineyard, you can help save a cat!
Sometimes cats cannot live as house pets. They may be feral, shy or fearful of people, or they just may prefer the company of other cats and animals. Barn placement is the last chance at life for these cats. Without barn adopters, they have nowhere else to go. You may be the last chance for a homeless cat.
Having a barn cat will help keep down the rodent population. The cat will be helping you, while you provide a safe place for the cat to live. And, because these cats are already spayed or neutered, you won't have to worry about endless litters of kittens appearing! We supply the temporary housing necessary to acclimate the cats to their new home, and provide you with all the information you would need to continue caring for these intrepid hunters! Barn cats need to be fed regularly and be kept safe from vehicles and other common dangers.
You can learn more about the Barn Cat Transition Protocol by clicking here.
If you think you might be a good fit for our Barn Cat Program or if you just want more information, please call the Redwood Coast Humane Society at 707-884-1304.