I arrived at the Rowlett Animal Shelter in a live trap. Boy was I scared. You see, I prefer not to have contact with humans. I have a very important job. My job is to rid your neighborhood of rodents, snakes, and bugs. I like to think that I am very good at what I do.
I am excited to start my new life as a barn or warehouse cat. First I will visit the vet to be spayed and get my shots. Two days later I will be at my new forever home. I know I’ll be scared at first, but being able to live in a large crate for 2 weeks makes me feel more secure and gives me plenty of time to get used to my new home. Then back to work.
The Witness Purr-tection Program was made just for our feral friends. Friends of Rowlett Animals provide the crate set-up and vetting. All you have to provide is food, water, and shelter. They need a space (or a small room)where a crate is temporarily set-up for the cat to stay in for 2 weeks to get them to accept the new place as their home.
If you have a need for a barn cat, please contact: info@FriendsofRowlettAnimals.org.
Submitted by Terri Vande Berg, Friends of Rowlett Animals
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