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My name is
Donnie (Sponsored)!

Posted over 4 years ago | Updated 12 hours ago

Adoption process

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet


Submit Application


Home Check

My basic info

Domestic Shorthair
6 years 9 months old, Adult
Pet ID
Hair Length

My details

Checkmark in teal circle Shots current
Checkmark in teal circle Spayed / Neutered

My story

Here's what the humans have to say about me:

This handsome boy is Donnie, one of mamma Diamond Lucy's litter of kittens born in 2017. Donnie's mom and siblings all have found homes of their own, and Donnie is patiently waiting to find his purrson, too! Donnie loves to explore and play, and he's completely content just doing his own thing most of the time. He enjoys receiving attention from people, too, and loves to flirt with visitors. Due to some food allergies, Donnie requires a raw food diet, which we make especially for him here at the Goathouse. We know that special someone is out there for our sweet boy Donnie, so come meet him and see if he's the one you've been waiting to find! DOB: 05/08/2017
The Goathouse Refuge

Contact info

Pet ID
Siglinda Scarpa
680 Alton Alston Road, Pittsboro, NC 27312

Their adoption process


Visit the Facility and Find a Pet


Submit Application


Home Check

Additional adoption info

Adoption application, home visit, adoption fee $100

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

People can visit the Goathouse from 11am-3pm Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, or by appointment.

More about this rescue

Siglinda Scarpa is a potter and a sculpter who owns 3 acres of fenced-in property in which she houses up to 258 homeless cats.The Refuge is a sanctuary for these cats, who never have to leave, but if they are adoptable, the cats are posted on our website and taken to adoption events in the community. The more cats that we find homes for, the more cats we can rescue.