SPECIAL PROGRAMS > FERAL CAT PLACEMENTS
Everyone in a community needs to take responsibility for the neighborhood stray. If left unattended, an unaltered cat will quickly produce hundreds of offspring, resulting in a full-blown colony.
Some of these cats may be handled by humans and can be adopted. Others are truly "feral" or "barn cats."
If you agree to take in feral cats, ARF SEPA will provide initial veterinary care, spay/neuter and vaccinations to ensure your barn or stable cat population stays healthy and under control. We may even provide spay/neuter assistance for cats you already own in your barn or stable to ensure no cats are reproducing.
Please contact ARF SEPA at (610)994-4300 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you can help find homes for feral cats.