Shelter Gives Homeless Cats Farm Jobs By Pairing Them With People Who Own Farms

| Published on March 24, 2016

We humans have to work to survive. We have jobs so we can buy food, put a roof over our heads, and clothes to cover and keep us warm.

Now this shelter is giving cat jobs to keep them alive. It may sound strange at first, but we think this is a very good idea. SpokAnimal, a rescue organization based in Washington, have a creative program called Farm Livin’. With this unique relocation program, they give farm jobs to those cats who don’t get adopted. What they do is that they pair cats with farm owners so instead of getting euthanized, these cats can work and deal with the farm’s rodent issues.

Source: The Animal Rescue Site - Facebook

The cats are all vaccinated, neutered, and spayed. And we know cats just love chasing after mice. So these cats get to have their dream job.

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And not only that, they are paid very well too. Yup, their payment comes in form of food, and a safe place to live in. And since some of these cats love to live outside in their own territories, they also get to do that in the farms they live and work in.

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Source: Rumble Viral

These cats are not just employed, their employers become their new family. And some of these cats crawl right into their employer’s hearts.

Source: The Animal Rescue Site - Facebook

Check out the video below and learn more about this Farm Livin’ program!

SpokAnimal C.A.R.E. is on a mission to save as many cats as possible. Find out how they’re helping ferals get a second chance at life.

Posted by The Animal Rescue Site on Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Their goal is to reduce the euthanasia rate to zero. And they make this possible by giving feral and stray cats a second chance in life. They give them an opportunity to become productive by giving them farm jobs; and it’s working!

You can watch and learn more about their program in the video below:

Source: From feral to farm: A cat’s life in Spokane by GreaterGood on Rumble

For more info about SpokAnimal and their Farm Livin’ program visit their website or follow them on Facebook.

You can also read more about this story at The Dodo and at Life With Cats.