Brought in as a stray, Leila has been with us for nearly a year. Originally she called our cat room home, however, kennel life was not for her. She became very withdrawn and did not show the wonderful girl that she is behind her door. Since moving up to our office, Leila's personality has exploded tenfold!
Want to get to know this loving, silly, sweetheart who is a staff and volunteer favorite? Stop in today and visit!
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