Barn Cat program: Group of feral cats who survived Camp Fire available for adoption in Sacramento

According to a report by CBS13 Sacramento, barn cats will be available for adoption in Sacramento starting on Saturday, January 19.

photo courtesy Bradshaw Animal Shelter
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A group of feral cats from Butte County who survived the Camp Fire is currently at the Bradshaw Animal Shelter. These cats aren’t the lap cats who want to cuddle and play type. They’re working cats who are perfectly suited for their Barn Cat program.

The Bradshaw Animal Shelter Facebook page posted the following on January 10

“During the winter months, rodents are looking for warm dry places to call home. Luckily for you, our Barn Cat population has skyrocketed! 

Right now, we have nearly 20 Barn Cats in house. These cats are healthy, fixed, vaccinated and itching to get out and provide your property or business with all natural rodent control.

All they need from you is access to food, water and a dry comfy place to lay their head after a long hunt. They are free to adopt and prefer to come in pairs!”

Anyone needing a ‘mouser’ can click here for more information and the adoption paperwork then email it to Celeste Ingrid at ingridc@saccounty.net, drop off in person or click the “submit button” in the form.

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2 thoughts on “Barn Cat program: Group of feral cats who survived Camp Fire available for adoption in Sacramento”

  1. I hope these babies will find a loving forever home. While I think it is sad for all cats to not have an indoor home some just want it to be their way. At least they will have someplace warm and dry and food.

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