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Barn Buddies

Your monthly contribution is much appreciated!

Farm Friend $15 a month
Feed Buddy $25 a month
Hay Pal $50 a month

Our Mission

Ferrell Hollow Farm Senior Horse & Cat Sanctuary is a 501c3 Non Profit Organization, which allows for tax exempt donations.  Our mission is to advocate and care for special needs senior horses and senior cats in need of a sanctuary setting, that are not afforded adequate care and would be considered at risk of neglect or abuse, if left in their current situation.



We would like to thank The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee for supporting our Mission to expand safe housing to Senior Cats in 2017!  This grant was made possible by Patricia & Edward J. McGavock Humane Treatment of Animals Fund and the St. Francis Fund for Animals.


Senior Cats & Wish List

Monthly donation to a cat

Name of Cat

One time donation to a cat

Name of Cat

Amazon Wish List

TSC: Gift Cards, Paws & Claws Scoopable Clumping Litter

Petco:  Gift Card Gift Card or Can food listed below:

Fussy Cat-any of the can food flavors

Tuna/Chicken, Tuna/Salmon, Tuna/Oceanfish, Tuna/Prawns

Tiki Cat 

Fancy Feast Trays for Cats:

My Little Lion Moist Food Chicken

My Little Lion Moist Food Tuna

*Most of our cats have special needs and their diets are strictly monitored. The cat foods that we use most are: Grain Free, Low Carb (no potato or pea), High protein (animal, not plant protein) can foods.

ie: Fancy Feast Purely Natural Trays, Fussie Cat Premium no gravy, Tiki Cat chicken or chicken & fish

 Take a Tour into the Cat Sanctuary!


Rescued from our local animal shelter-he was an owner surrender when his elderly owner died and he was put on "death row" for hissing at staff! He is a 9 year old blue bi color Ragdoll and weighs 20 pounds. He is front declawed and has been transitioned in with Angel and Milo!


Mitch is a 14 year old mitted, seal point Ragdoll. He was brought to the Sanctuary along with Missy and Angel who had all been used for breeding, who's owner moved and put them out to live in a barn. He had not been neutered, was very shy upon arrival and had fleas, a respiratory infection, a broken tooth, mouth ulcer and cataracts. He has been vetted, neutered, and treated. He was under 10 lbs upon arrival and should be at least 15 pounds! He is learning to trust, has already bonded with his new momma and likes to talk to her! How could you not fall in love with those big blue eyes! 

*Unfortunately we lost Mitch on August 16th, only 2 weeks after being diagnosed with Abdominal Lymphoma :(


Angel is a 14 year old mitted seal point Ragdoll who arrived with Mitch and Missy. She and Mitch were used in a breeding program and when the owner moved, turned them out to live in a barn. She is a dainty old gal weighing under 7 pounds upon arrival. She was treated for fleas and a mild respiratory infection. She has cataracts and has not been spayed. She loves to use her scratchers, play with catnip toys, eat and take long naps!


Missy is a mitted chocolate seal point Ragdoll with unusual dark legs and hind end. She is 12 years old and we believe the offspring of Mitch and Angel. She arrived with a respiratory infection that has been slow to clear up, has cataracts and a mammory gland tumor. She has not been spayed. She is the more active of the group, likes to explore and climb on all of the cat furniture. She is very sweet and affectionate and likes to rub on her caretakers legs.

Update: Unfortunately we lost Missy on July 17th to her advancing mammory gland tumors-she is sadly missed by all!


Bob is a 13 year old Norweigan Forest Cat who was surrendered by owners to a local shelter where we pulled him from. He is a big boy with gorgeous green eyes. He was up to date on all shots, is front declawed and microchipped.  At the shelter he was not the most outgoing or friendly cat and fairly difficult to deal with. After bringing him into our sanctuary, he setteld immediately and is very friendly, outgoing, mischievious and loves to be petted and get lap time!


Lefty is a 12 year old Maine Coon cross originally from Japan. Her owner found her as a stray who was being bullied by other cats. He brought her back to the US and took good care of her but family members developed severe allergies to her dander and despite best efforts, needed to find her another home. She has a condition called Feline Stomatitis which causes inflammation to her gums and will cause it to become too painful to eat. Upon arrival she was very thin and needed to be medication for the condition. It took about a week for her to settle in and start eating better and she was placed in a room with Bob and they get along well! She is a sweet girl and loves to curl up in your lap! She had oral surgery in September 2017 where 8 broken and loose teeth were extracted!


Born April 30th to Missy, and Mitch is the daddy!

 Milo Video 2 Weeks Old

4 Weeks Old

Grandma Angel & Milo at 4 months

 FUNDRAISER: Help us get these 5 senior cats more antibiotics and winterize their house! 

The following 5 senior cats were admitted on an emergency rescue situation on June 15th, 2007:

Simon, age 17 Maine Coon cross, long haired, shaved before arriving due to severely matted hair.

Babette, age 15 Maine Coon cross, long haired, shaved before arriving due to severely matted hair.

Oscar, age 15 Maine Coon cross, long haired

Chester, age 12, chocolate & white short haired

Mittens, age 12, black & white tuxedo short haired

They all still have viral respiratory infections that are hard to clear up.


Chloe is a 14 year old front declawed black and white short haired female who arrived on July 12th. She was not adjusting well to her home environment and needed a very quiet place to spend her days. She is not too fond of other cats and likes to spend her time mostly up on the wall perches to herself. She is gradually getting more comfortable and becoming a bit more social.


Audi is a 14 y/o neutered male mitted tabby who is insulin dependent. He was surrendered to a shelter when his owner died. He is a very affectionate, loving and laid back boy. He arrived with a respiratory illness and needs further veterinary care. His medical needs will be ongoing, so please consider a monthly sponsorship of Audi! 

We are a permanent sanctuary for senior cats, so our capacity is limited.

Owners wanting to surrender their senior cats to us will be given consideration based on the circumstances, our available space, and their ability to contribute to the cat's ongoing needs. Thank you!





Ferrell Hollow Farm Senior Horse Sanctuary