Feral Cat Relocation

“Natural Rodent Control” for your winery, country home, or business.

The process of transitioning the cat(s) to a new home begins with a “Site Check”. Here we make sure that the new caretaker is willing to provide the daily care needed, and there is a suitable sheltered area for the cat(s), such as a barn, shed, or outbuilding. The cat(s) will be confined to a large cage for one month. During this transition period they “must” receive daily care of food, water, and litter-box clean up. Inside the cage are hiding boxes that the cat(s) will use when you come each day to clean and resupply their food and water. To make this process a little easier, CCAT will provide the cage, linens, litter-box (w/litter), and a starter bag of food. You will need to supply water and food bowls.

The importance of the “Site Check” is to establish where the cage will be located, where will the cat(s) find shelter once they are released, how close the shelter is to busy roads and /or dangerous areas etc. CCAT generally use rabbit cages which are 30″ wide, 18″ high, and vary in length.

Once we have covered all the logistics, CCAT will bring the cat(s) to the location and get everything setup and review the the daily procedures. This includes how to safely open and close the cage door, to clean and feed throughout the one month transition period. After which the cat(s) can be released and the post transition period begins. Once the cat(s) are released you will no longer need to worry about the litter-box, but keeping food and water supplied daily.

All our cats have been spay/neutered, chipped, tested for FIV, and vaccinated.

For those of you who can’t help with such a location, but would like to support this service, CCAT ask that you visit our Donate page so that we can continue providing this service for the homeless cats in our area.