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TNR of Crawford County offers healthy, sterilized cats, who are in desperate need of new outdoor homes. These cats are feral (semi-wild) and would be ideal for country or semi-rural homes with barns or other outbuildings, feed stores, grain-bin storage facilities, horse stables, warehouses, plant nurseries and any other location that can provide adequate shelter and needs rodent control. Adoptions are also available even if you are just interested in adopting cats, that are not suitable for life inside of a house and are non-social with humans. Feral cat temperaments range from ("I will never trust you") totally ("maybe we can be friends") friendly. This program is designed to find homes for cats that are un-adoptable through our local shelters adoption procedure.
There is no adoption fee, for feral cats. All we ask, is for you to provide daily food/water, protection from the elements, and vet care, as needed. We also recommend keeping the cats, for a short period, in a secure confined area, after we deliver them.The cats will more readily accept your location as their new home, if they are kept in an enclosed area or large kennel, for at the very least one week, so they can get acclimated. If you don't have a secure containment area...temporary kennels can be provided.
We are always looking for homes, for feral cat colonies, that have to be relocated. However...the cats that need to be relocated cannot be fixed, until they have places to go, which could mean more kittens, in the meantime. Please help us by adopting 1, 2 or even a small group. We recommend the adoption of two or more from the same colony, so they have the companionship they need. In turn they will keep your buildings and grain/food storage areas, free of rodents and other critters!
Call TNR of Crawford County, for more information at show contact info .
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