Johnson County Community Cat Relocation
Working Cat Program
It is best to leave community cat colonies at their original locations, but colonies are sometimes found in areas where they cannot remain.
- The lives of the cats are being threatened in a way that can not be legally remedied
- The colony is located on public or private property that will not allow the colony to be maintained
- Their home or shelter is being destroyed and it is impossible to provide an alternative shelter at their current habitat or migration of the cats within a reasonable distance is not possible.
- There is no caretaker that can be identified
These cats are used to being outside and are quite happy as long as they have a food source, water and shelter we are looking for people who have a barn or other secure outdoor structure and are interested in adopting these Working Cats that are not suitable for life inside of a house or are unhappy living inside. Cat temperaments range from feral to friendly. This program is designed to find homes for these cats that have traditionally been deemed un-adoptable through our “normal” adoption procedures. Please contact us for more information on our Working Cat Program.
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