Due to an oxygen and sedative shortage in vet clinics as a result of COVID-19, all TNR programs have been temporarily suspended, resulting in a shortage of barn cats. We hope this changes as our province slowly begins to re-open, and will update our barn cat availability as soon as we have more information.

Barn Cat Program


Barn cats represent a portion of the feline population that thrive in free-range, independent environments such as farms and acreages.

Our barn cats have no set adoption fee, and come spayed/neutered and vaccinated. We ask that adopters guarantee the cat(s) will have access to a secure, heated shelter, and will be provided with food, water and any necessary veterinary care.

As these cats are generally feral or semi-feral, we recommend they be confined in their shelter for 4 weeks with food and water provided. This provides them with a sense of safety, and encourages their return once set free to roam.

If you are interested in our barn cat program, please email us at

Be sure to include the desired number of cats, why you're interested in a barn cat, and a description of your property 

to help us select the best cat(s) for you.

How do I know if a cat is feral or stray?