Working Cats Available!

Non-Toxic Pest Control
Humane Society of Loudoun County is offering at no cost, feral or semi-feral working cats to qualifying  homes. Cats will all be spayed or neutered and up to date on all vaccines. If interested in adopting a working cat, please click on the Adoption Application button below to get the process started.

Types of Cats Available

  • Friendly cats who have litter-box issues, thus making them unsuitable for house life
  • Friendly cats who are too independent and/or high energy which makes their house behavior unsuitable
  • Feral or semi-feral adult cats who are too shy and fearful of people and who much prefer the company of other cats and animals 
  • Feral cats who must be relocated due to the unsafe nature of their original areas

What WE Provide

  • All of our cats in this program are fully vetted! This includes, but is    not limited to, the following:
  • At least 1 round of Rabies and Distemper vaccines
  • All cats are tested for FIV (Feline Immune-Deficiency Virus) and Feline Leukemia
  • All cats have been spay/neutered! Yes, that’s right! You’ll never have to worry about our cats making kittens on your property.

What YOU Provide

  • When adopting our cats in our Working Cat Program, you agree to provide the following:
  • A commitment to providing your new barn cat with a forever home
  • Adoption of Two Working cats
  • Adequate, safe, and warm shelter in barns, buildings, or stables
  • Daily food and water – these kitties need nourishment to catch those mice!
  • Veterinary care, as needed
  • A secure place to keep them for the first couple of weeks while they acclimate to your barn and environment. This can be a tack room, stall or any other secure indoor enclosure that they cannot escape from. We can lend you a cage if no secure area is available. We will also offer all the guidance, advice and information you need if this is your first time adopting a working cat. We will also provide the transportation for your new cats!

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Spay/Neuter Program

Loudoun County residents pay a reduced fee to have their pet spayed/neutered when using a participating veterinarian...
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