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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

A Look Back at Goathouse Refuge Meowments

As the season of good cheer gets rolling, we hope you’ll pause to enjoy this video of special Goathouse moments. Let it remind you of some of the magical things that happen in this tumultuous world – at a very special place and because of your sustained love for the cats, your charitable donations and your service to a greater good.

The Goathouse cats need you now more than ever, and in the coming weeks, we will share a look back at what we’ve accomplished this year, and look forward at what’s in our plans for 2018. This video was especially made for you by one of our incredible supporters—and it is, well, amazing! So are you!

We hope it gives you joy, as you bring joy all year round to The Goathouse Refuge.

Happy Holidays and Thank You from all of us and the cats.

Over $33k Raised Thanks to You!!

Thanks to you, The Goathouse Reached 131% of the $14,500 Fall Fund Dive Goal! We are so grateful to the amazing group of donors who agreed to match your donations dollar for dollar up to $14,500! Combined with your donation, the Fall Fund Drive raised over $33,000!

Minoxidil® Toxicity in Cats

Many things we eat, use, or have around the house may be perfectly healthy for us, but can be deadly to cats. Cat owners may already be aware of a number of the most common of these potentially deadly poisons, including the pesticide permethrin and plants like lilies. Another one to add to that list is the medication Minoxidil, which is commonly prescribed for hair loss and high blood pressure in humans. It’s always a good idea to make sure your medications are stored securely and out of reach of pets (and children), but please pay special attention to Minoxidil. For more information, see this article.

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