Leon was bottle fed and is a very loving boy, he loves to be loved on. He doesn't want much out of life but a lap to sit in.
He is currently being treated for ringworm and will be available for adoption once it has passed.
*Cats with ringworm can be adopted before they are clear of ringworm if the adopter is willing to treat the fungus until it is gone, ringworm is contagious.
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