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Claudia was rescued from a horrible hoarding situation in Baton Rouge in 2007. She was app 8-10 month old. But with the situation she and all other cats were not really socialized. Claudia did very good in her foster home so she went for adoption. A retired teacher fall in love and Claudia went to her new home. For 9 years she lived happily but very isolated. The lady became ill and remembered that she was supposed to return Claudia to the rescue. Which means to the former foster parent. Claudia will be 11 years in April and her world is -again- upside down. She had to get used to live with other cats again which isn't easy on all. And she's even shyer then she was when she left. Claudia would need home that let her be as she is. She wants to be petted but is very careful. Claudia should find a forever home that maybe has no other cats or just a very laid back one. I don't think dogs or kids would be good. Please contact Barbara for more information about Claudia.
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