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My name is Bitsy!
I'm being cared for by
The Goathouse Refuge
Adoption process
1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Home Check

Facts about me

Breed
Domestic Shorthair
Color
Age
Adult
Sex
Female
Pet ID
S2021005
Hair Length
short

My info

Small red x Shots not current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Bitsy is a pretty white with brown tabby female that came to the refuge with her two kittens, Cooper and Gypsy. She was a feral cat that a caring individual had been feeding. She and her kittens were trapped and transported to the refuge to give them a better life. Bitsy is very shy and does not like to be touched. She is currently in foster care for socialization, and making slow progress at trusting her caretaker. Given enough time, she will likely learn to trust a patient and caring adopter. Approx. DOB: 11/19/2019Interested in adopting a Goathouse cat or kitten? Then please start by completing the following steps required in our screening process:1) Complete our online adoption application: Visit www.goathouserefuge.org/adoption-application/ to get started! 2) Arrange to visit the cat(s) in person: Please check our website for current visiting hours at our Pittsboro refuge. If your application indicates an interest in a cat currently in foster or at Cat Tales Cat Cafe, we will inform you on steps to take to arrange a cafe or foster visit.3) Complete a home visit: Once you confirm that you've visited in person with the cat(s) of interest and completed the online application, your responses will be reviewed by the refuge staff so that a volunteer member of our home visit team can contact you to schedule a visit. Only after a representative of the refuge has visited the applicant's home will the refuge consider continuing with the adoption process.
Bitsy is a pretty white with brown tabby female that came to the refuge with her two kittens, Cooper and Gypsy. She was a feral cat that a caring individual had been feeding. She and her kittens were trapped and transported to the refuge to give them a better life. Bitsy is very shy and does not like to be touched. She is currently in foster care for socialization, and making slow progress at trusting her caretaker. Given enough time, she will likely learn to trust a patient and caring adopter. Approx. DOB: 11/19/2019Interested in adopting a Goathouse cat or kitten? Then please start by completing the following steps required in our screening process:1) Complete our online adoption application: Visit www.goathouserefuge.org/adoption-application/ to get started! 2) Arrange to visit the cat(s) in person: Please check our website for current visiting hours at our Pittsboro refuge. If your application indicates an interest in a cat currently in foster or at Cat Tales Cat Cafe, we will inform you on steps to take to arrange a cafe or foster visit.3) Complete a home visit: Once you confirm that you've visited in person with the cat(s) of interest and completed the online application, your responses will be reviewed by the refuge staff so that a volunteer member of our home visit team can contact you to schedule a visit. Only after a representative of the refuge has visited the applicant's home will the refuge consider continuing with the adoption process.
Rescue

The Goathouse Refuge

Contact info
Pet ID
S2021005
Contact
Siglinda Scarpa
Address
Pittsboro, NC 27312

Their adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Submit Application

3.

Home Check

Additional adoption info

Adoption application, home visit, adoption fee $100
Adoption application, home visit, adoption fee $100

Go meet their pets

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