Hire a Hard-working Kitty (or two) for your barn, warehouse or business!
November 5, 2015
Do you need a consistent, reliable pest control and prevention solution at your barn, warehouse or place of business? Protect your product, supply chain, and property from pests with a hard-working cat, such as a barn cat, warehouse cat, or a friendly store cat!
The hard-working cat. The original and best pest management solution.
Here at MHS, we often have cats available for adoption who are not comfortable or happy living inside a traditional “home.” Some of these cats have a history of living successfully outdoors, others may be feral, and some are simply ill-suited to being house cats.
Hard-working Cats Protect Your Property:
Not only do you benefit from their terrific work ethic, but you will have the satisfaction of giving an animal a second chance! If you operate a barn or business, they can help control pests and deter other feral/wild animals from taking up residence on your property! Safely and reliably protect your barn or business from other feral animals and pests.
Caring For A Hard-working Cat is Easy (and pays big dividends)!
Their Salary Requirements Are:
- Fresh food and water daily
- 24/7 access to shelter from the elements (a barn, warehouse, outbuilding, shed, tack room, loft)
- Vaccinations and vet care when needed
Preparing For Your Hard-working Cat:
We recommend you give your cat 1-2 weeks to adjust to their new place of work before setting them free. You can set up a temporary “condo” for your new cat in any quiet place, away from loud machinery, dogs or high traffic. A basic dog crate or wire cage can serve as a place for your new cat to settle in and get to know his/her surroundings. Set-up your condo in the same room/place where the kitty will be fed and watered going forward. During the first 1-2 weeks, your cat will learn this is where he/she will have their daily needs met. After 1-2 weeks, simply open the door and walk away. All you will need is:
- Dry food & water daily
- Bedding (towels, cat bed or blanket)
- Hiding place
Are You Ready to “Hire” (Adopt)?
MHS vaccinates, sterilizes, microchips and tests your new hardworking cat for feline leukemia and administers a preventive de-wormer.
Fill out our online application to be added to our waiting list. We will call you when a Hard-working Cat becomes available!
You can also download our Hard-working Cat Application in advance and visit our shelter any time during business hours to meet our available felines!