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Adopt

The Goathouse Refuge has many incredible cats in need of loving homes.

Volunteer

A strong, reliable volunteer force plays a crucial role in our rescue organization.

Donate

Tax deductible donations and gifts of goods to help run the refuge are always welcome.

Goathouse News

Save the Date: Goathouse Craft Sale on October 14

Adopt Your New Best Friend for Just $75 Now Through October 15

No Pedialyte for Cats!

Pedialyte used to be indicated for treating sick kittens. However, due to a change in their formula, it is imperative that you do not under any circumstances give your cats or kittens Pedialyte anymore! Recently the Pedialyte company started adding zinc to the Pedialyte and zinc is extremely toxic to cats and kittens and will actually make them even sicker. And there is enough zinc in there to make them very sick. So look around for a generic or off brands that do not have zinc in them. Cats need some zinc but the amount that is now in Pedialyte is too high.

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