Feral Farm

Feral Farms are

an innovative project

where we match feral cats with farmers, offering them a safe and purposeful life on the farm while assisting with natural pest control. These cats, known as working cats, play a vital role in keeping the farm free from unwanted rodents and other pests.

When adopting a feral cat

through our program,

each cat must be kept securely confined for a minimum of one month. This confinement period allows the cat to acclimate to their new surroundings before being released on the farm. To ensure their safety and comfort during this period, we provide a secure 10x10 kennel along with an insulated cat house. Rest assured, after the one-month lockdown period, we will collect the kennel, while you get to keep the shelter we provide.

Once the confinement period

is complete,

the cats are released on the farm to fulfill their important role in natural pest control. We offer guidance and support to farmers in setting up suitable shelters that provide warmth, protection from the elements, and a safe refuge for the cats. Our team is available to assist you throughout the integration process, ensuring a smooth transition and helping the cats thrive in their new environment.


the Program


We take pride in facilitating these unique partnerships between feral cats and farmers, benefiting both the cats and the farm. The cats find a purposeful life in their natural hunting instincts, while the farmers benefit from the cats' invaluable pest control skills. It's a win-win situation for all involved.

If you're a farmer interested in adopting a feral cat from our program, we provide the necessary guidance and support to ensure a successful integration. Together, we can create harmonious and sustainable farm environments while offering these feral cats a chance at a fulfilling life.

Join us in our Feral Farm program and witness the positive impact these working cats can have on your farm. Together, let's embrace the natural partnership between feral cats and farmers and celebrate the remarkable benefits it brings to both agriculture and animal welfare.

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