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

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Goathouse News

The Pet Pantry Holding Food Donation Drive for Goathouse Kittens

Don’t forget we still have our food drive going on to help feed all these adorable kittens!

Through The Pet Pantry you can feed a kitten at The Goathouse Refuge. With 5 different levels of sponsorship, The Pet Pantry will provide food to The Goathouse Refuge on your behalf. Will you help us feed our kittens? Just click on the link: http://ow.ly/3ZXh50zMQYR

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Tiny Tina had her surgery and was released from Quartet Specialty Hospital last night.She will remain on pain medication and is staying in Siglinda’s house where she can be constantly monitored. She received a pin in the tibia breaks in both back legs and mesh skin to hold the recentering of the breaks together. She has tongue depressors on both legs as splints, held in place with sparkling purple bandage fabric! An incision had been made in her hip that had numerous stitches for the realignment of the break in her pelvis and she is wearing a green mini cone. She was put in her cage and settled in nicely. She is to see a vet in 15 days to have her bandages replaced and to give them  a chance to see how the healing is progressing. We will let you know how that goes with a future update. We are so thankful for your support in making this happen for her. You can see all the updates on our Facebook page  www.facebook.com/TheGoathouseRefuge

THANK YOU so much for your donations to help Tiny Tina!



COVID and Your Cats

With the increasing spread of COVID, many of us are wondering about the potential impact on the people in our lives, and on our animal loved ones. For more information about the affects of this pandemic on animals, check out Compassion Works’ special edition newsletter on COVID and animals.

Antiseptic Products and Cats

As you step up your cleaning routine, check out this great resource on which antiseptics are safe to use around our cats. Common ingredients like alcohol and essential oils can be toxic to our feline friends. Remember to look at ingredients and use caution when using antiseptic products around your cats.

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