The Humane Society of Loudoun County has announced changes to its former “Barn Cat” program to help make placement easier and more appealing.
Revamped as the “Working Cat” program, the organization has broadened its effort to find homes for individual or colonies of semi-feral cats at farms with barns and horse stables to now include breweries, wineries, vineyards, nurseries, warehouses and larger residential properties with outdoor structures—places where rodents can be plentiful and mousers are welcome.
All the cats offered for adoption are healthy and have received veterinarian care including sterilization, rabies shot and exam. No adoption fee will be assessed.
These “working cats” provide an organic of pest control, keeping rodents away from grain and food storage.
Those interested in learning more about the program or who have homes to offer, may contact the Humane Society of Loudoun County at email@example.com.