A Barn Cat is not a lap cat and it never will be. If you are willing to feed/water and a warm place to be in the winter, these cats will keep the critters down on your property. You don’t have to interact with them, just let them do their job which is catching mice/rats. They require little care except fresh water daily and dry food, you can feed a little can food too as it gives them a lot of moisture they need to survive. Call and see how to set up a Barn Cat today, two would be perfect to care for those unwanted pests. Gloria phone 541-294-3876, lets move them to their new home while the weather is good. Thank you for caring.