Archer (gentle boy)   

In shelter Cat

Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, 17043
Domestic Short Hair
Brown Tabby
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Archer (gentle boy)
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Hi, my name is Archer! I am a gentle giant. I’m the biggest in my litter, but I’m also the most timid. Gentle petting will get my purr motor started very quickly! I love cuddles with my mom and siblings, and I like to find new hiding spots with my sister Lana. I am very eager to play with all kinds of toys, as long as my competition is minimal… I did grow up outside, so I technically have only been an inside cat for a couple weeks. I may have some quirks along the way, but I appreciate your patience while I learn how to professionally “cat!” Archer's adoption donation is $110 which includes age-appropriate vaccines, dewormer, flea treatment, Felv/FIV testing, microchip, and neuter. If you would like more information on Archer, please contact Rachel at If you would like to fill out an online application, please visit Please note:  LCCR does not allow our adopted cats and kittens to be declawed.  All adopted kitties are to be kept as indoor-only pets.If you are interested in adopting this kitty, please fill out the online application at


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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