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.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Cat of the Week: Juno

Hi, my name is Juno and I am the Goathouse Cat of the Week! If you've visited the refuge and sat outside, you probably met me--I hold court in the area with the chairs! I am around two years old and came to the Goathouse last year with my kittens. They have all been adopted and now I hope it's my chance. I'm a photogenic lap cat with a sweet, contented air. Pleased to meet you!

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Cat of the Week: Freddie

Oh, the cuteness! Fabulous Freddie, the Goathouse Cat of the Week, has a smudge, a goatee, and a beauty mark! Freddie was rescued from a SC shelter that closed and he is a very special boy. He loves people AND other kitties and he is an all-around charmer! Freddie is a seven year-old boy who has been waiting a long time to find a forever home. It's hard to believe when you look at that face!

Thursday, April 11, 2013

Cat of the Week: Guido

This is Guido, the Goathouse Cat of the Week! Three years ago, the refuge rescued Guido from death in a county shelter. Since then, he has been patiently waiting to find his forever home. Guido was very shy when he first arrived at the Goathouse, but he now enjoys being around people and has become quite cuddly! He's a big boy with an easy going nature, and he would love to have his own family.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

March adoptions

Congratulations to the 13 cats and kittens who found forever homes in March!

Guillermo and Thomas
Little Richard
Cutie Pie
Abel and Sami

Monday, April 1, 2013

Cat of the Week: Cammie

Good afternoon! I am Cammie, the Goathouse Cat of the Week! I am around five years old and I like to hang out in the refuge building. I have a meow that has been compared to a frog's croak, and every once in a while, someone asks if I am pregnant, but I am NOT! I just have big bones! Anyway, I hope that my day will come soon, as I have been at the refuge a long time and I would really love to have my own family.