I'm being cared for by: The Humane Society of Delaware County
Help me get seen & adopted!
Facts about Leo
Breed: Domestic Shorthair
I am already neutered.
So, when they were passing out legs, Leo requested long ones, when the tails were being added, Leo said, what the heck, give me a two inch bobbed one. And so they did. When you come to meet Leo, look for an elegant long-legged cat with a bob tail, a very enchanting combo. Leo came to us in the fall of 2013 and was quickly adopted but more recently he ran into some health bumps. Leo had a cyst removed from his neck, plus some over-grooming treatment was needed. Leo is very good with children and dogs and loved all the petting I gave him today. We believe Leo will thrive in a calm and nurturing home. Come in soon with your cat whisperer's hat to share some love with Leo. UPDATED JUNE 21, 2017 Primary Color: Grey Weight: 9.4 Age: 3yrs 9mths 3wks
We are open for adoptions and to the general public Tuesdays, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 12:00-6:00pm Thursdays 12:00-7:00pm Sundays 12:00-5:00pm. We stop processing adoptions 30 minutes before closing.
We have a Vaccine/Wellness clinic every Tuesday from 8:30-1:00, no appointment necessary.
Our Adoption Process...
Current Picture I.D. Must be 21 years or older to adopt Landlord Approval - If applicable Your pets up-to-date vet history and spay or neuter verification Dogs: $125 + dog license Puppies: $200 + dog license (1 year and younger) Cats: $60 Kittens: $85 (1 year and younger)
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