Pampa, Texas: cats & kittens need foster/homes asap

in Pampa (northwest TX-area):  Contact & 806-662-7361 if you can 

[A] foster / adopt gorgeous cat(s) &/or kitten(s) &/or

[B] transport cat(s) &/or kitten(s)  [Lubbock-based examples for a sample, sequence-of-activities needed]:

[1] to Humane Society of W. TX’ Wellness Clinic in Lubbock (through an appointment with Jake.Beverley@SBCGlobal.Net) & then

[2] straight to a PetSmart Store on 6801 S. Slide Rd.: 806-798-0717 &/or 60th & Milwaukee / 6048 Marsha Sharp Freeway:  806-799-4637 – if the respective PetSmart stores’ managers tell you that they have cage(s) for the cat(s) &/or kitten(s).

Gorgeous Pampa cats available for foster, rescue, adoption:   Linus:  A big beautiful, deep-orange male as sweet as can be, found on a county rd.
Serenity:  A young tabby, calm & sweet, blind in one eye.   Becket:  A large tabby & white male, very gentle & loveable.   Lucy:  A gorgeous, black-&-white, long-haired female, just precious; a little shy at first, but warms up. or Info@BarnCats or 972-315-2875 (send donations to P.O. Box 2095; Pampa / northwest TX  79065).  Saving lives of urban feral cats by placing them in safe, barn homes. Devoted to saving the lives of the “forgotten” cats in our society by locating rural situations where cats can live out their lives in as safe an environment as possible. All the cats are spay/neutered, have had current vaccinations & have had their left ear tipped/notched (the universal sign that feral cat has been spay/neutered). Only cats old enough to be sterilized are received into the program. Veterinary care expenses are incurred by the original colony caregiver or group that has trapped the cats. Barn homes are found with barn owners who agree to continue to care for the cats (food, water & medical care) for the remainder of their lives. There is no charge to the barn owner to receive a cat. Cats have been placed in big & small barns, sheds with a cat door, riding & boarding stables, garages, offices, nurseries & guest houses.

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