Adoptions since Jan. 1, 2021: 281 Adoptions in 2020: 384
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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.