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.
Leo was adopted from us as a kitten in November 2013, he has been dearly loved but along the way several vet care issues surfaced. His people have now returned Leo to us to seek a new home. Leo had a cyst on his neck removed this spring, over the past years, Leo has been a too zealous groomer, and now and then he needed extra stomach care. All of these issues are in abatement at this time. Leo is very good with children and dogs and he loved all the petting I gave him today. We believe Leo will thrive in a calm and nurturing home. Come in soon to let handsome (bob tail and long legs) Leo charm you. UPDATED AUGUST 15, 2017 Primary Color: Grey Weight: 9.4 Age: 3yrs 11mths 2wks
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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