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Caring BARN HOMES needed for feral cats- FREE ADOPTION

Tue May 21, 2013 6:12 am

Hi Everyone-

If you have a barn, horse stable, or can otherwise provide a relatively safe, comfortable home for a feral or unsocial cat, or a cat who for some other reason may not be a candidate for placement into a traditional indoor home, please let us know!

IMHS will waive the adoption fee on cats we seek barn homes for. All feral cats will be sterilized and vaccinated, and ear-tipped when possible (for identification).

Adopters of barn cats must be willing to properly acclimate feral cats to the new environment (IMHS will provide instructions and necessary caging), and commit to ensuring the ongoing care of the animal(s) to include providing fresh cat food and water daily, protection from the elements, and ensuring medical care.

For information on adopting a barn cat, call IMHS any day at 303-838-2668. Thank you for spreading the word, and thank you for your compassion for animals!

Marta Anderson
Shelter Director
IMHS OPEN EVERY DAY for ADOPTIONS
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Re: Caring BARN HOMES needed for feral cats- FREE ADOPTION

Wed May 22, 2013 6:14 am

We currently have two cats in our care who would qualify for barn homes. They are terrified of people but may enjoy the company of other animals. If you are able to take either Abby or Minnie and integrate them into your working barn or horse stable and provide a comfortable home for them, we will adopt them to you for FREE. Likewise, if you are a single person with a very quiet, low-stress household (another cat is fine!) and would like to ADOPT either Minnie or Abby as an indoor cat, call us today! 303-838-2668

Abby... Originally dubbed "Tapioca", Abby is now finding refuge in a foster home with a caring person who is working with her on social skills. She needs a permanent home--please spread the word!
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Minnie...scared Minnie is still at the shelter and needs to find a home soon:
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Thanks for spreading the word about Abby and Minnie!

Marta Anderson
Shelter Director
IMHS OPEN EVERY DAY for ADOPTIONS
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