I posted about the relocation setup for two free roaming community cats back in mid April. The cats were released after a prolonged period of acclimation and I just received my first update from their new caretaker! She has been seeing both of them around their property and managed to snap a photo of the […]
Category Archive for 'Barn relocation'
It didn’t take long to find a barn home for the fluffy orange boy and fluffy calico girl. I posted an ad on Craigslist asking if anyone needed some barn cats and a few hours later, I had my first reply. I arranged a time to assess the site. And when I got there I […]
I don’t know about you, but I love stories with heart-warming endings. They are so rare in my line of work, so when I get to experience one, I really treasure it! Today, I have two TNR stories to share with you. First, remember the four female kittens that we trapped in October at a […]
Things have been rather quiet on the TNR front for me lately. I think I’ve needed a bit of a break after my last TNR project (BP site) where the mama cat escaped. Since then, I did receive an update on the four kitten girls that were relocated from that same site. They are all […]
The four kittens from the BP site were relocated to their permanent barn home this past Monday! (The fifth kitten is taming nicely and has a fondness for laps!) This is the barn home for these four special girls: The property is a working farm out in the middle of nowhere and there are lots […]
A few weekend’s ago I attended the class on barn relocation of feral cats, well I just completed the practicum portion of the class this past Monday, which was tremendous!! I learn best by seeing things happen and getting my hands dirty and I got my chance to do just that. Nancy, the instructor of […]
I recently had the privilege to attend a class on how to successfully relocate feral cats to barn homes. The class was organized by the Community Cat Coalition (CCC) and was taught by Nancy, my TNR mentor. As with all the TNR classes I have taken from the CCC, this one was very informative and […]