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My name is Leo!
Facts about Leo
- Breed: Ocicat
- Color: Spotted Tabby/Leopard Spotted
- Age: Adult
- Sex: Male
- Hair: Short
I am already neutered and up to date with shots.
7 Year Old Male Tawny Spotted Ocicat
Regular adoption fee OR
Contact Karen for adoption fee on the pair
Purebreds Plus Cat Rescue is helping facilitate the adoption of this cat. We take no responsibility for health and medical records of this cat. It is the responsibility of the owner and adopter to discuss this.
Leo has the sweetest personality ever. He is an intelligent, loving, and quiet boy. He needs an owner who desires to spend time with him, as he craves that attention. As you can see from his photos, Leo is currently overweight. If you leave food out, Leo will binge eat so you will want to parcel out his meals at specific mealtimes and encourage exercise to help him slim down. But you will want to give him a treat now and then. Did I say he loves treats? You won't want to miss how cute he is during treat time. Leo was born January 23, 2005 and was named after the Zodiac sign of his owner.
The Ocicat is an agouti spotted cat, originating from the interbreeding of the Abyssinian, Siamese and American Shorthair. It is the only spotted domestic breed selectively bred to emulate the cats of the wild. The ideal Ocicat is a large, active animal with an athletic appearance. It is very solid and well-muscled and has a short, tight coat with a satin sheen that shows off muscles and spots to their best advantage. However the Ocicat's temperament is anything but ferocious. The Ocicat is not a demanding, clinging-vine type, but is confident as well as dedicated to its owners. Most Ocicats are also quite extroverted around strangers. Ocicats are quite bright and easily trained. They are good cats for a household already blessed with other cats or dogs.
Leo and his house brother, Kruger, are both seeking new forever homes. Their owner does not feel they need to be placed together, however if someone was looking for 2 cats, they would make a good pair. Leo would do best in a home without young children, as he has never been around children. Leo has never been outdoors so he has absolutely no knowledge of what it is about, so he needs to be an indoor cat ONLY. Leo will come to you neutered, microchipped, current on vaccinations and FELV/FIV negative.
If you think you would be the right home for these boys, please call Karen at 707-301-6425 or by email at email@example.com. Please note that Leo is not in a Purebreds Plus foster home. he is residing with his owner who is placing him and his brother. Adoption fee applies.