Internal ID: CCT
Leo is a male buff tabby domestic short hair who was born around August 23, 2016. He is an outgoing little boy who always loves to meet new people and greets them with tons of purrs. He also loves playing with his siblings and his toys. He especially loves to to play with ball toys and bat them around the house. Leo is a very unique kitten because he was born with paw deformities, although he doesn’t let it slow him down and he always makes sure to keep up with his brother and sister. He will however require extra care and attention as he grows up to ensure he will be able to keep playing and be able to lead a normal life. He is one of the most people-oriented kittens you’ll ever meet and he loves to cuddle with his foster family. Leo is a kitten who will be sure to fall in love with everyone he meets.
Thank you for your interest. If you have questions, you may contact our Feline Coordinator by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in adopting, please follow the instructions below to expedite your application:
1. Return to our website: www.yolospca.org
2. Download and print out an application and fill it out
3. Please specify which animal you are requesting on the application by noting the 'NAME' of the animal and the Internal ID.
4. You may either fax the completed application to the Feline Coordinator at 530 231 2969 or email it to email@example.com
5. We will email or call you if we need more information. Since we get many applications and are volunteers, we may not contact you immediately. You may email if you have additional questions.
All of our felines have been altered prior to adoption. Kittens have been given their first shots of FVRCP, adults are up-to-date on vaccinations, and all cats have are Feline Leukemia tested (negative) and micro chipped. The fee to adopt is $90 (the fee helps cover these costs and the cost of the microchip registration).
The Yolo County SPCA is a private, not-for-profit, foster home-based animal rescue organization and does not have a shelter. All of our animals awaiting adoption are in foster homes. For more information about this animal, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more general questions, please see our website at www.yolospca.org.
We are still accepting applications on this animal; we do remove the pets from our site once they are adopted.
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