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Pix We Love: The Chicken Coop Cats of Half Moon Bay

Rescued from the roadside, the Chicken Coop Cats of Half Moon Bay have a new lease on life -- and free rent on one cozy coop!

 |  May 2nd 2012  |   20 Contributions

Found living by the side of a road, these five kitties are now safe, thanks to the efforts of a woman named Debbie.

Debbie would come and feed the kitties, who learned to discern the sound of her car apart from all the others passing them by.

Dubbed the Chicken Coop Cat Family, Poppa Cat and his babies have taken up residence in Debbie's chicken coop in Half Moon Bay in California.

How cute!

Cooped up? Not a problem when you love each other this much!

The cats are free to roam, but seem to love curling up together in the coop, free of the danger of passing cars, predators, and starvation.

Kitty cuddle puddle!

The kitties are available for adoption through the Homeless Cat Network, an organization dedicated to reducing the feral cat population in San Mateo County through spaying and neutering, adoption, and colony management.

If you think there might be a place in your family for a Chicken Coop Cat, give the Homeless Cat Network a call at 650-286-9013.

Images via the Homeless Cat Network


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