Add a barn cat to your farm, warehouse or business to help with rodent control
PASCO, Wash. — The Tri-Cities Animal Shelter helps around 3,000 dogs and cats find furrever homes each year. From fostering to adopting, there are several ways to make an impact.
Since April, they’ve lowered their euthanization rates with a new barn cat program that places feral cats into farms, warehouses, shops or to people with lots of land as rodent control.
“The most important thing is you’re giving these cats a second chance in life,” said director, Deb Sporcich.
The program is free and they are looking to place 30 more feral cats.
For more information, visit Tri-CitiesAnimalShelter.com.