Status / Details
Adopted by Kim & Rich
Born ~4/12, M, Neutered, Bi-Color Cream/White Persian
Hoodock’s brother is Hogoon and they are available for adoption together.
Hoodock and his brother Hogoon came to us after being given up when their people had to move. They’ve been together their entire 6 years of life. They are quite opposites but get along well.
Hoodock is a big lovable guy! He is one of those Persians that is curious and goofy and not afraid of anything. He wants to be with people as much as possible. He will keep you entertained and laughing at his antics. He’s a big head rubber and when he’s relaxed his little tongue sticks out. He LOVES belly rubs. He is definitely the more extroverted of the two brothers. Sometimes you have to separate them to make sure he lets you love on his brother too. Hoodock likes to sit by the screen door getting fresh air or to be out in an enclosed safe space. He loves to play with cat toys.
Both brothers are somewhat talkers. Not excessive but when they really want something. Like to be let out of a bedroom in the morning when they realize everyone is up. They aren’t big talkers in the car. They are easy to handle and like to be picked up and held.
Hoodock has the type of Persian hair that will need to be groomed often. When he arrived he was very matted so currently has a body shave.
These two are fun to have around. Curious, sweet, loveable! You’ll think you’ve hit the jackpot!
Hogoon and Hoodock are bonded brothers and should be adopted together. They would be ok with another cat or even a small dog (they’ve lived with a dog before and have one they get along with in their foster home)
Hogoon only likes dry food but Hoodock likes wet and dry.
His foster mom is Sue Olsen in Corte Madera.
Contact Sue at (415) 812-2287 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions, or send an Adoption Application. If you are unable to reach Sue by phone or email, please email us at Info@purebredsplus.org.
NOTE: We prefer families with children bring them to the adoption appointment. Why? This allows interaction between the children and the cat. This helps ensure they will be a good fit for each other. A mismatch between a child and a cat is not in anyone’s best interest!