I'm being cared for by: Peninsula Friends of Animals
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Leo
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
Color: White (Mostly)
already neutered and up to date with shots.
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
Leo is a HUGE fellow—long, tall and solid, he tilts the scales at 22 pounds! Leo came to us from another shelter where his feisty attitude had put his life in jeopardy. He had been nippy with a young child in his home, and had a propensity for smacking staff who were cleaning his cage. We have found him to be a good boy—while he can be overly stimulated, he is a really nice cat. He should be adopted by folks who are cat savvy and not intimidated by a big cat with a tiny bit of attitude. If you want to meet our Large Leo, please give a call!
Peninsula Friends of Animals is a cageless, no-kill, non profit animal welfare group serving the community since 2000. Our mission is to prevent the birth of unwanted cats and dogs through progressive spay/neuter and educational programs, and to place as many homeless, neglected or abused animals as possible in safe, loving, permanent homes.
Our Adoption Process...
Prospective adopters meet with our Shelter Manager to determine an appropriate match for our animals. The adopters sign an adoption contract that identifies the condition of the animal, approximate age, any health issues, and conditions of adoption (e.g. indoor only, no declawing, etc). Adoption fee is $85.00.
PFOA prefers to adopt to homes on the North Olympic Peninsula, but we do make (lots of) exceptions. Please call (360) 452-0414 to learn more about this kitty. A staff member will return your call.
All PFOA animals are vet-checked, current on vaccinations, spayed or neutered, microchipped, and combo tested for FIV / FeLV.
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