In Wisconsin, authorities recently rescued 158 cats that were living in a home filled with filth. Shelter officials said that while some cats are socialized and can be adopted, many are not and will likely remain wild.

To help these feral cats find a home, shelter officials are offering them free of charge as working cats. Such cats can keep a barn or warehouse rodent-free so all you need to do is provide them with food and water. When you adopt a working cat, you get two so the two working cats can bond.

To learn more about adopting a free working cat in Wisconsin, click here.