Leo was found by a good samaritan, in pain, dehydrated, not able to walk after he was hit by a car. He was brought to our sanctuary, given fluids, food, flea medication and lots of love and attention. After a visit to the vet, he was found to have a fractured pelvis, which took a long time to heal. He is now fully recovered and ready to find his PURRmanent home! Young Leo is a very playful kitty and loves other cats. He enjoys getting love, pets and attentions from humans, though he prefers to have all four paws on the ground and is not fond of being picked up. Leo’s ideal home would have a buddy for him to play with and loving and attentive humans who would dote on him.
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