Sunday, September 29, 2019

Barn Cats BLOG 09/29/19

Blog 09/23/19 to 09/29/19

1.     The Barn Cat phone number has changed.  Remove 972-315-2875.  Use 972-742-5238. The website has been updated but there are still many lists out there with the old number. 
2.     The Barn Cat mail box location will be changing next week.  More later…


MCCC – Mid-Cities Community Cats
DCL – Dallas Cat Lady
PCFCC – Panther City Feral Cat Coalition
FF – Feral Friends
TTR – Tall Tails Rescue
GP – Garland Pawsibilities
HCPA – Hunt County Pets Alive
SPCA – SPCA of Texas

Our Cats after Release
Calls/Emails:  Many Calls from Out-of-State
OMG:  Anna Catio
BMG:  We Need Barns!!!

Relocations:   Placed 7 this week.
            5          Chicken Farm in Burleson (5 by MCCC)
            2          Barn in Ivanhoe (2 by HCPA)

Our Cats after Release:    The Oklahoma Cat Are Doing Well
Both PCFCC and GP have cats that we placed in Oklahoma.  They have both talked to the property owners and the cats are doing well.  They have asked to keep the caging for an extra week or two and that has been arranged.

Calls/Emails:  Many Calls from Out-of-State
One day, I received 3 calls from California…???  …and that mode has continued through the week.  Also, many call to release cats but only 1 that wants cats.   Unsure why this trend is upon us.   Wish it would pass.  SO MANY FERALS ARE DYING IN SHELTERS!!!!!!!1 

OMG:  Anna Catio
I went to Anna this week to take some extra sheets, towels, and beds.  The cats appear to be enjoying their outdoor area.  Also, they are no longer peeing on the beds, etc. inside but using the ground….good work!  The cat doors have been mounted in the windows and it is partially covered.  They seem to be enjoying the outdoors. 

BMG:  We Need Barns!!!
We are not getting very many barn calls…???  Yes – it is still hot in the daytime but in the 70’s at night so we need to get some placed.  I am planning on a fall fundraising letter to get more $$$ but also to remind barn owners we are still out here.   We are in process of updating the Facebook page and hope that will help.   Spread the word – we are still out here!
Thanks for following the Barn Cats Blog.            Peg  

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