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.
Sweet yellow and beige cat needs a new home. This cat is located in Efland, NC 27243.
The cat is very sweet and loving to all it comes in contact with. It loves to rub against anyone who allows this. It tries to get in the house so appears to have been at least partially a house cat. It looked healthy and well taken care of when it appeared. It seems to be fairing well outdoors on it's own yet still longs for the companionship of people and to come inside. It did get scratched on it's back once since arriving here but seems to have healed fine thus another indication of being healthy. Everyone who sees the cat feel drawn to it and immediately recognizes it's pretty appearance & gentle loving sweet nature. I would post a picture but do not have the ability to do this. I think the cat would make a great pet for anyone except someone whom it might be dangerous for the cat to get under their feet and cause them to fall as it does like to follow along as one walks and can get under foot.
This cat is good with Cats: Unknown, Dogs: Unknown, Kids: Yes
Contact Rebecca S. at email@example.com, Cell 919-819-1851, Home 919-563-4846.
Are you the owner: no, the cat was apparently dropped off about 2 weeks ago and has been living outside & feeding on mice
Reason for surrender: My niece who has Down syndrome & whom I am guardian of is not comfortable around animals and I have allergies to cat hair. So we will never be able to keep the cat ourselves but I think it would make a good pet for someone who loves cats.
How did you acquire: it just showed up one day and has never left
How long owned: I don't own it but it has been around a cuople of weeks
UTD on rabies? Unknown
UTD on FCRVP? Unknown
Medical conditions? not that I know of as the cat seems healthy and perky
Illness: no idea