Available for hire! Sometimes cats who cannot live as household companions make excellent working cats and thrive in environments like barns, stables, warehouses, breweries, etc. Generally speaking, cats placed through the Wisconsin Humane Society’s working cat program are independent and prefer to limit their interactions with humans. These cats are typically shy or fearful of people and prefer the company of other animals. However, the degree to which they keep their distance varies from cat to cat and may change over time. Working cats often develop strong bonds with other cats, which is why the Wisconsin Humane Society recommends that at least two cats be placed together.
If you are interested in adopting a pair of working cats to become your own personal rodent control service, please complete a Working Cat Interest form, as well as an Adopter Profile. Thank you!
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|Breed||Domestic Shorthair | Mix|
|Color||White | Grey|
|Adoption Price||Name Your Own Fee|