Ada County pet of the week: Daffodil

April 22, 2014 

Ada County pet of the week: Daffodil

ADA COUNTY ANIMAL SHELTER

Daffodil, 1-1/2, is a spayed female, black and white, Domestic Shorthair cat. Daffodil was found as a stray in Boise. She is a petite little firecracker, small in stature but big in personality. Daffodil enjoys attention, but is also a big fan of playtime. She'll bat at you lightly to engage you in play. Due to this she'll probably do best with older children. She is alert and always on the lookout for something to make into a toy! Her small face and round eyes always give her an adorably surprised expression. She is litter box trained and would thrive as an indoor, house cat in a home that provides her with lots of playtime and toys. If you enjoy cats with just a perfect amount of feisty feline diva personality, Daffodil is the too-cute girl for you!

Daffodil can be found in cat cage 107 (#22261948) at the Idaho Humane Society which is located at 4775 Dorman St. in Boise. The shelter is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

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