LAWRENCEVILLE, Ga. — Heathcliff is a 2-year-old domestic short-haired male cat that arrived at the shelter with another cat.
Kathy Claborn, a CO1 Officer with the Gwinnett Animal Shelter, says that Heathcliff is known for his 'mellow personality'.
"He is just very relaxed, likes to observe, and would do well in a calm home," adds Claborn.
Claborn explains that he would do well with other cats, "I think he would prefer adult cats over kittens just because of his easy-going temperament."
The 2-year-old cat is healthy and ready to go to his fur-ever home immediately.
5-year-old Lance is a medium-size mixed breed. The male dog is very smart and appears to have been trained prior to his arrival at the shelter.
Claborn says he knows basic commands, as well as how to 'sit pretty', roll over, and shake.
Lance has been at the shelter for over two months and shelter staff says he does very well during play time with other dogs.
"He loves to play ball and play with the other dogs, and when he's tired he just walks away," says Claborn.
Claborn also explains that he would do well in agility training, "he is very treat-motivated and loves to learn new commands, and is very obedient."
Both Lance and Heathcliff are available for free adoption at the Gwinnett Animal Shelter.
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