She is currently located in our feral cat cabin, interested parties can inquire with staff about meeting her.
Located in our Barn Cat building, please ask to meet her. Would thrive as a barn cat in a new home.
Etti is a DDAF Senior: Through generous funding from the Doris Day Animal Foundation (DDAF) to support senior cats, we are able to offer Etti’s adopters up to $100 in post-adoption support for qualified non-routine veterinary care, such as dental care, surgery, diagnostics, and certain prescription medications. More information is available at the adoption center.
Olivia is a kitten who would do best as a barn cat. She is very unsure of being around people and would appreciate being able to do as she pleases whether indoors or outdoors.
But that doesn’t mean you have to have a barn. A shed, stable, garage – any safe and secure building where Olivia could find shelter, have regular access to food and water and do what cats do best. Olivia would like to lounge in the sun, prowl to her heart’s content, catch a mouse or two and be as curious as can be. In some cases, barn cats do become more comfortable around their people. In some cases, they remain more independent, but regardless, they are great to have around the property for natural rodent and pest control.
Laney is a bit of a…”conflicted” kitty. That is to say, while she is a barn cat, there’s a small part of her that is interested in people. While many barn cats may avoid contact altogether, and aren’t afraid of telling visitors such, Laney is willing to watch for a moment before deciding what to do. She’ll keep her distance, but won’t go dashing off until someone comes really close, and even then she may stop to sniff a hand. Laney is far from being a lap cat, but with a good amount of time and patience, she may be willing to get attention from people.
Barn cats may not be domesticated, but they understand the safety and predictability of being in a sheltered environment.
Barn cats don’t have to live in a “barn,” but they do prefer their own accommodations with easy access to the outdoors.
A barn cat can make for a good hunter of mice/rodents.
Barn cats enjoy being indoor/outdoor companions.
A barn cat who would do best as an indoor/outdoor companion in a new home.
Sweet, Silly, and Soft
Visit our barn cat page to learn more about caring for and adopting Dandelion