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Meet Claudius and Archibald!

Claudius

Claudius

Archibald

Archibald

 

Claudius and Archibald are two easy-going cats that have come a long way in the last six months. These two felines were rescued with roughly 70 other cats from a hoarding situation at the Super 8 motel. Claudius and Archibald were originally fearful of strangers and new situations. They had no idea how to play with toys or accept love and affection from humans. Over the last six months, they have grown more confident and have become easy-going, affectionate, and friendly with new people. Claudius and Archibald are best friends so it would be okay to adopt the two of them together. However, they would also be fine being adopted out individually so long as their future home has another feline for them to play with.

Claudius a 2-year-old neutered male with a handsome black-and-white face and green eyes. He is easy-going, calm, and affectionate. He enjoys gentle head rubs and pets, but doesn’t appreciate quick movements and loud noises. He will be best in a calmer household that can continue to help him become more confident and social. We’re very impressed with the progress that he has made already. (#39130174)

Archibald is a 1-year-old neutered male and is the most playful and outgoing of the two. He has piercing golden eyes and a playful dismeanor. He really enjoys meeting new people and will rub up against them for attention. He loves head rubs, rump scratches, and batting at feather toys. Archibald is finally starting to act like a “normal” cat and it is so rewarding to see what a transformation he has made! ( #39130172)


You can adopt Claudius and/or Arhcibald at the Idaho Humane Society, 4775 Dorman St. The shelter is open every day from 10am to 6pm.

The Idaho Humane Society and CORE Group at eXp Realty have
partnered to spread awareness, happiness, and all the love that a
pet can give.


Adopt a SHELTER pet because:
... You'll save a life
... Having an animal in your life can give you stress relief & joy!
... Adoption helps more than just one animal, it frees up space and
helps cover sheltering costs
... In a word ... snuggles!

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