Massive Benefits of Keeping Barn Cats in Your Homestead Working Cat Barn Cat Program MSPCA Angell Working Cat Barn Cat Program Undersocialized cats that prefer the company of other cats animals over people Feisty cats that are on a mission to hunt and when kept as indoor cats tend to bite or scratch Cats whose litter box habits make them unable to live in the house successfully Cats who were outdoor cats prior to surrender and cannot acclimate to an indoor home. Need a Barn Cat Humane Society Barn Cat Back Yard Buddy Program Placing them as outdoor cats in barns, sheds, garages or other outdoor structures is a humane, practical alternative to euthanasia Barn Cats and Back Yard Buddies discourage rodents, provide companionship for horses and other farm animals, and can live out their lives in relative security and comfort. How to Raise a Barn Cat Right Countryside Network To Collar or Not to Collar The barn cat can get the collar caught on something, get caught in a fight with another animal, catch the collar on a tree branch or other mishap, with dire results We chose to not use collars on our barn cats If you feel a collar is necessary, purchase what is called a breakaway collar. How to Best Care for Barn Cats petMD That said, certain cats might be a better fit for the barn cat life Keri Heise is the adoption program manager of Animal Allies Humane Society in Duluth, Minnesota Her organization finds homes for both pet cats and barn cats, and they make a clear delineation between the two. Available Barn Cats Adopt a Barn Cat from Wagging Dog Rescue Because the cats in our Barn Cat Program come from shelters where they were not able to be handled by staff, there is no way to know how they will do with another cat s Like dogs, some cats like some cats and do not like others.