Posted February 06, 2017
We urgently need funds for an emergency amputation for a local cat in need. A partner rescue called yesterday on the scene with the distressed daughter of a woman who passed away days before very unexpectedly, but no one knew. Once discovered medical personnel began going in and out of the home. The woman had several cats who were clearly in a state of extreme mental distress and they began escaping from the home. This is when the rescue was called, but it was too late as young Frank in all his blind fear ran into the road and was stuck by a car catastrophically breaking his hind leg.
“We need to reach out to our people because they are compassionate, generous and this amputation surgery needs to happen right away, Frank is in great pain.” He is with our vet who is doing her best to manage his pain with medication. The Quartet Veterinary Hospital in Cary, NC is graciously discounting the cost surgery by 10%, but the cost will reach $3000.00 and the aftercare is easily going to exceed another 1000.00.
Posted January 31, 2017
It’s that time of year! Our food and supply drive, Puppy Bowl, is here!
Catnip and dog bones are in the air and our BIG BOY knows you have what it takes to make not only a touch down but the field goal, right here and now by shopping for his friends at the Goathouse Refuge.
Visit our page on YouGiveGoods (https://yougivegoods.com/goathouse) to donate the items we need most. Your purchases are shipped directly to us — it couldn’t be easier to help us keep all of our essential supplies in stock!
We have provided a quality cage-free experience for cats, adopters, visitors, and you. Our cats receive medical care on site with veterinary technicians and in local veterinary and specialty practices. Do a touch down dance with us as 288 Cats and kittens found their forever home in 2016!!!
Make a touch down for the cats, kittens and dogs at our cage-free beautiful Goathouse Refuge today. Look for the SHOP NOW buttons.
We appreciate YOU, your generosity and all you do for the cats in our care until their journey continues with their forever family. You make what we do every day possible!
Posted January 29, 2017
Watch and share this heartwarming video about one of our very longest residents, Regan, and his friend Melanie, who have found a wonderful forever home!