The Goathouse Refuge is a 501(c)3 non-profit no-kill animal sanctuary dedicated to providing care and finding homes for hundreds of homeless cats. We are located in Pittsboro, NC, and are open daily from 12 - 3:30.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Community Listing: Misty

NOTE: This cat is in need from the community. This is listed as a courtesy, and the animal does not live at the Refuge. The Goathouse Refuge is not responsible for any problems with the animals or with the adoption process. Please contact the owner directly for more information.

Misty is a 9+ year old Black Persian cat who needs a new home. Misty is Indoor only. This cat is located in Dunn, NC 28334.

Misty is a very sweet girl that we pulled from Harnett County Shelter to foster about 2 months ago. She was in very bad condition but with alot of TLC she is doing great! She is an older cat being 9 but still has alot of love to give! She is great with my kids, our other cat-who is a young cat, and out little dog. She would do great in any situation as far as noise goes. With 2 small children its never quiet in my house! I would love to see her go to an older person or someone without large dogs or lots of cats.
Misty is good with Cats: Yes, Dogs: Yes, Kids: Yes

Contact MayGen B. at, or 919-370-1882.

Are you the owner: Yes
Reason for surrender: We are looking to find a new home for litter box issues. When we pulled her from Harnett County we noticed she wouldnt pee in the litter box..still she will pee on the floor but do #2 in the box? I have put her own box out and she has no interest. She has peed all over my house and my husband said she has to find a new home.
How did you acquire: We pulled to foster her from Harnett Shelter
How long owned: 2months
Fixed? Unknown
UTD on rabies? Yes
Declawed? No
Medical conditions? no
Illness: not that I know of


Georgia said...

Have you taken her to a vet? Behavior like this is often a medical condition and can be helped with the right treatment.

Jack Ezel said...

What Georgia said. If a cat has a bladder infection, it will often associate the painful act of peeing with the litter box, and find a smooth or soft or cool surface to pee on. If you've ever had a bladder infection, it hurts like a sumb!tch. It doesn't say that you've taken her to the vet and ruled out infection, etc., so we are all curious to know if you have done that.