There is a list of feral-friendly vet clinics in the links section of this website.
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Yes — Those are listed in the links section of this website.
No – They need their claws for protection in a barn environment. If you have a declawed cat that needs an outdoor environment then find that cat a city backyard to live in.
We take adult cats (feral and semi-feral) that are 8 months or older that have: Had a negative test for feline leukemia Been sterilized preferable with ear tip Rabies shot that is current Distemper shot that is current The test…
NO – We do not pick up cats. You need someone locally to trap, get the vet work done, then deliver them to Barn Cats, Inc. in Lewisville based on space available. We already travel to 37 North Texas counties…
We do not like to take solid white cats. They can be seen in moonlight and are a “target” for a coyote that is also nocturnal. Look for a backyard situation for those white cats.
We take adult cats (feral and semi-feral) that are 8 months or older that have: Had a negative test for feline leukemia Been sterilized preferable with ear tip Rabies shot that is current Distemper shot that is current
Most of the groups in the DFW area do foster homing of their cats and dogs. But, they need to go somewhere to show them for adoption. They all go to PetsMart and Petco locations each Saturday and Sunday. Each…
There is a file available from the top bar of this website “Other Barn Cat Groups”. Open that file and look for your state. If you are near a border with another state, check that state as well. Listed there…
We have placed cats in chicken coops, warehouses, sheds, garages, mobile homes, tack rooms, etc. etc. etc! Each situation is unique and we will try almost anything as long as it is a safe location for the cats.