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Do you need barn cats for rodent control? We are a local nonprofit organization that rescues healthy feral cats (who would otherwise be euthanized at county shelters), and homes them into barn and other outdoor settings. Each cat is spayed/neutered and vaccinated, prior to delivery at their new home. There is no cost to you other than providing a consistent source of water/food and some sort of shelter.

We can provide as many cats as you are willing to take. 1-5 cats work well in a smaller setting, but we've had great success working with industrial barns as well - where as many as 95 cats currently thrive, and happily kill rodents, while saving barn owners thousands of dollars each year.

Most of the cats are wary of humans, but there are some friendlier cats available at times. We are happy to help you prepare for your new barn cats - they are low maintenance, but it's always fine to inquire prior to making the decision to adopt. The best way to ensure that newly arriving cats stay on property, is to acclimate them in a pen for a few weeks. A tack room, poultry pen, shed, or wire dog crate works great! We can loan wire dog crates. In the pen, you keep a litterbox, food/water bowls, and a hiding box. We are happy to help you set up and provide supplies when we bring your cats.

Feel free to email, text, or call using the information provided. Please leave a voicemail if we are unable to answer.

Note: the photos included here are examples of cats that have already been homed. Please no inquiries from states other than Georgia.

Thanks,

The Barn Cat Program
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