Barn Cat Initiative
While the majority of the feral cats here in New York can easily live outdoors, there are situations we have found where it is unsafe to return the cats to where they were trapped. In good conscience we sometimes need to find another option for them and relocate them. This is where our barn cat initiative comes in! We pair feral cats who prefer to not live in a home but are in danger living on the street to farms or warehouses who need a barn/working cat. Adopting a working cat helps naturally control rodent populations without having to used rodenticides or other methods. We like to adopt our barn cats out in pairs so they can have a companion.
Adopting a cat though the PKYNC Working Cat Initiative saves a life of an animal whose only other option may have been death. Feral cats are subject to disease, poisoning, hit by cars, and other abuse. You are changing the fate of a cat's life by taking them in and providing a sheltered environment. They earn their keep by helping to control the rodent population on your property.
Carla, rescued from a dangerous part of NYC in the Winter of 2017, is loving her new horse friends on her forever Massachusetts ranch!
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Expectations of barn cat adopters: