Here is a virtual tour of our small feral cat facility in the barn. Welcome to Wildrun!
The cage room where new cats and feral cats are confined. To the left you can see the door to the vestibule. The facility is heated, and usually is about 68 degrees F at standing height, which is why the cages are elevated to take advantage of the fact that heat rises. Elevated cages also make it easy to tame cats and clean cages, by bringing them up to human level.
The runs (on the right) off the vestibule.
The cabinets (previously college book lockers) for supplies:
The cat room for long term resident cats:
Plushy says: "Thanks for the bed! And the toys. They are mine, all mine."
Taking us at our word, people brought turkey baby food, which we use to tame kittens, who just can't seem to resist this stuff.
There is a small radiator heater in the cat room, which I keep under a tall cage to prevent it from being tipped. The cats love to sleep on top of the cage in the warmth. Here are Fluffy and Kid sleeping off yesterday's excitment.