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Oregon's feral cat crisis

As a local 501c3 nonprofit who traps, spays, neuters and relocates hundreds of feral cats throughout Multnomah, Clackamas, and Marion counties each year, we are in constant need of barn homes, stables, wineries-any type of outdoor structure that can house a cat(s).

The cat(s) come to you already altered, vaccinated and treated for fleas and parasites. There is no adoption fee for a “barn home” cat; however, the barn owner must promise to provide food and water for the cat(s) from that point forward.

Cats are great for rodent control in your outdoor structures-not to mention the fact you are significantly improving their quality of life.

For more information, please contact Meow Village at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 503-789-9372.

Thank you and please be responsible — spay and neuter.

Marsha Grow

Aurora

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