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Leo DiCATrio is as sweet as he is handsome. A cat rescuer found him all alone in a park in December. Leo has been in four different foster homes since then, where he was a cuddle bunny with small children and a cool customer with other pets. But Leo really needs a home of his own, a window of his own (he loves to gaze at the world!) and a blanket of his own (he loves to knead and nuzzle!). Leo is 8 years old and has diabetes, but it has been well managed with one shot of insulin a day, and I would happily fill in anyone interested in Leo about all of that. Leo also has a sensitive stomach and should eat a certain kind of canned food, so it would be better if he were an only pet if the other pets tend to leave behind their food (he’d probably steal it). He is currently in a foster in NYC, but my rescue group and I would happily drive him around the area and the East Coast for the right now. Leo is neutered, up to date on vaccines and micro chipped.
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