Barn cats need homes too
Barn cats are cats who aren't suited to a life in homes, and sometimes as pets in general (these are called ferals or feral cats). For one reason or another they didn't properly socialize to life among people and they get incredibly anxious and afraid when contained or approached (making ferals somewhat aggressive). These cats have lived their entire lives outside and simply want to return there. In some communities and shelters these cats are euthanized because they're "unadoptable" - but TNR (trap-neuter-release) has made strides in giving these cats a chance to live out their lives without killing them or forcing them into inhumane confinement while preventing adding litters to the feral population.
SCAR is a no-kill shelter - we work on socializing kittens from feral litters (via fosters and volunteers) and practice TNR, though the "release" part requires a bit more work sometimes. We're always on the lookout for barn homes - a place where the adult cat will have shelter and access to fresh food and water. We attempt to keep the barn cat's confinement to a minimum, only as long as we need to do blood and fecal tests (and treat anything they may have), spay/neuter, and vaccinate. So having a list of those looking for a good mouser for their barn makes it easier to quickly get the cat back out to where they want and deserve to be.
We currently have Maizie who is ready for a barn home. She and all barn cats we adopt have been tested for FIV/FeLV, spay/neutered, and are up to date on shots (including Rabies). We waive adoption fees for these animals since there is no guarantee that they will keep to their new territory - if you have a farm/barn and looking for a feline resident you can discuss Maizie or being added to our barn home list with our Shelter Manager Jan Nadeau (shelter office: 603-259-3244, email: firstname.lastname@example.org).