October 16th is National Feral Cat Day, and you can celebrate these feistier felines by ensuring that your own cats are spayed or neutered, or by adopting one of our Barn Cats who - as you can see - often hardly warrant the term 'feral' at all!
Making a noticeable difference in the lives of the pets who stay with us is easier than you think. Be the positive change in an animal's life - sponsor an HSKC dog or cat kennel today, and see the difference that YOU can make.
It’s March already and I can hear the wind howling outside. Thank goodness someone had the common sense to recognize that I was NOT an outdoor cat and that I needed saving! I can’t say that often enough.
The wild-child of the cat set. They have been helping to protect our grain and feed stores since around 7,500 BC. And they’re not just limited to barns, here in Kent County we even have a few in airplane hangars, chicken coops (she likes to sleep with them), and a friend-of-the-Alpacas cat.