Type: Posts; User: Marc
Feral cats make good mousers. They should be confined in a large dog crate, which we can supply, for the first two to three weeks to help them get used to their new home. During and after...
Here's her photo:
Someone brought an eartipped brown tabby with white markings feral cat to a D.C.-area animal shelter, claiming she was from a certain location. But it turns out that location doesn't exist, so we...
A grey-tabby-with-white cat and her two kittens are on "death row" at a Maryland shelter and urgently need a barn home. They are spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.
A gray female cat needs a barn home immediately. She will be put down at a Maryland shelter if she does not get out in 24 hours. She is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped.
Thank you, LavenderFarm! I'm glad to hear Ritzy continues to be a good "employee."
Help reduce feline unemployment -- hire a mouser.
I placed six cats at two horse farms in Maryland a few weeks ago. Both farm owners report that the mice have disappeared.
Ritzy, one of our successful placements, lives at a horse farm in Virginia:
Photos of the cats are available.
Rock Creek Cats, a nonprofit based in the DC area, urgently needs barn homes for feral cats rescued from dangerous situations.
These cats are not tame and need a home at a farm, horse stable, or...
Here's a link to photos of some newly available barn cats:
Blackfoot, Erie, Mohican, Powhatan
Here are two of the cats:
More will be available soon.
Rock Creek Cats (www.rockcreekcats.org), a nonprofit based in the DC area, urgently needs barn homes for feral cats rescued from dangerous situations.
These cats are not tame and need a home at a...
Mama went to her new home today - a Maryland horse farm. Satyr (Siamese) and Tippy (black) are still seeking mousing jobs.
Here's the Siamese:
She did not like having her picture taken.
I also have a beautiful Siamese. I hope to get a photo of her soon.
Mama is from the streets of DC, where the rats are huge, so barn mice will be easy prey for her.
Rock Creek Cats, a nonprofit based in Montgomery County, Maryland, urgently needs barn homes for feral cats rescued from dangerous situations.
The cats have been spayed, vaccinated and tested...
Got a mouse problem? Two adult feral cats rescued from dangerous situations in the D.C. area are looking for barn homes. Lap cats they are not:
Mama, black and white...
Tippy is still available. She's truly feral, so there's no need to worry about her becoming a lap cat and lounging on the job.
Tippy, a black female adult feral cat, was rescued from a dangerous situation by nonprofit Rock Creek Cats. She now urgently needs to be relocated to a barn home.
Here's her photo:
Here is some of the artist's work: http://grazierart.com/glycee.html. If he can sell enough of his work, he can start paying his rent again, which means he and the cats won't have to move.
They don't all need to go together.