NESAA looking for heated barns to give a "forever home" to feral cats

Homes need for excellent mousers

The New England Society for Abandoned Animals (NESAA) is looking for a few heated barns on Cape Cod, to help give a "forever home" to a few feral cats that cannot go back to their colony. Feral cats are just cats that have had very little human contact, but would be suited for a barn environment. These cats are used to being outdoors and are typically excellent mousers. They need a steady environment and need feeding just as a cat that resides inside.   

The NESAA shelter is by appointment and typically has about 50 to 100 cats and kittens in its care. NESAA is a no-kill shelter that often receives calls to help take care of animals that have been abandoned or not well cared for.

If you have a heated barn available or if you'd like to volunteer, become a foster parent and offer an animal foster home, or are interested in adopting a cat or kitten, visit www.nesaa.org to download an application, call 508 221-4956 and ask for Deborah Doe OR  fax the application to 508 771-7801.

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