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ANIMALCARE SHELTER FOR KENT COUNTY:   Barn Cats

BarnCats

 

Winter is in full swing here in Kent County, and animals big and small are feeling the chill! If you are someone with a barn you’ve probably been noticing some of these small animals seeking refuge in your warm buildings. Mice can cause a big problem for people by tearing open bags of feed, chewing through wood, and by just being a general pest. The cold weather drives them to reside in barns and homes, and that only means more of a headache for you! Don’t call the exterminator just yet, because the Animal Care Shelter for Kent County has the solution for you!

An easy, safe, and free way to take care of your mice problem is to adopt one of our working barn cats! ACSKC takes in many of these mousers throughout the year, and they are patiently waiting to be put to work in your home! All of our barn cats are spayed/neutered and up to date on necessary shots. You would just need to provide food, water, and shelter, and they’ll do the rest! And did we mention that our working cats are free? We just require that you fill out an application so we have some basic information, and then you’re good to go! If interested in taking part in our barn cat program please fill out an application at kenthumane.org/adopt and put “barn cat” in the “Animal Name” line! You can send any questions our way by calling 410-778-3648 or by emailing us at info@kenthumane.org!

QUEEN ANNE'S ANIMAL WELFARE LEAGUE: Cherry and Opal

Cherry and Opal

Cherry and Opal! These 5 year old girls are fairly new to the Animal Welfare League of Queen Anne's County, but we know how hard it is to get bonded doggies adopted out together, so we're really pushing them! As far as we know, Cherry and Opal have been together their whole lives, so we really don't want to separate them. They both have a lot of energy; what you'd expect from most labs! They're both happy-go-lucky rays of sunshine, and they love everything and everyone. They'd do best in a high energy home where they can get a lot of attention and play time. They do need a bit of training, as they're lacking some basic manners, but we all know labs are quick learners! Stop by and see us Friday-Wednesday from 11am-5pm at 201 Clay Dr. Queenstown MD. Check us out online at www.awlqac.org (or Facebook/ Twitter- Animal Welfare League) or give us a call at 410-827-7178