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What Does A Working Cat Need?



Most Outdoor Working Cats have been born and raised outside and understand that they must find their own food.  However, it is the owners responsibility to make sure they are providing food in the event their cats aren't getting enough food from other sources.



Just like any animal there needs to be a constant supply of water for the animal to stay hydrated and healthy.  This can be a trough, bowl, pond or stream.  You can watch for signs of dehydration in your working cat by looking for signs of lethargy, sunken eyes, panting and decrease in appetite.



Outdoor working cats don't require much, but if you want them to stick around they need a place to bed down for some safe uninterrupted sleep.  Whatever shelter they have needs to be able to provide protection from the elements including wind, snow, rain and shade on those hot sunny days.

Available Working Cats

If you see a working cat that you are interested in, please submit the application above! If you would like more information about our working cat program, please call us at 801-444-2200.

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