found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, and good with cats.
Leo will be your little shadow following you everywhere you go, trying to help you do whatever it is you are doing. When you finally give in and begin petting him, which believe me…you will give in; Leo will affectionately head butt you, rub his face against yours, and give you gentle love bites on your cheeks.
Leo is a flopper. This means he will flop over and go limp for petting any time, any place. Flopping can occur in the vicinity of your shoulders, chest, neck, or lap – whatever is available, he will take. Be advised that flops occurring in the lap can last 30 minutes plus, so you may want to make yourself comfortable prior to the flop! Leo is not shy about inviting you to pet his tummy by S-T-R-E-T-C-H-I-N-G out as much as possible to ensure you have full access to all sections of his tummy. Leo also loves to be held. All encounters involving petting will immediately be accompanied by incredibly loud purring.
Even though Leo’s favorite thing in the world is being cuddled and pet, Leo is more than happy to work off some of his energy with some quality playtime, especially if that playtime involves wand toys or laser light toys. Leo also finds brooms powered by people irresistible; start sweeping the room with a broom and Leo will immediately and enthusiastically begin chasing that broom!
Leo enjoys romping around and playing with other friendly kitties. Not only does Leo like playing with other kitties, he is very open to sharing snuggle time on his person’s lap with other kitties. Leo has also been observed giving other kitties a bath and receiving a bath from other kitties!
Leo is an exceedingly sweet, affectionate, and all-around good-natured kitty who seems to get along with just about everyone he meets. He is so excited to have this second chance at life; a chance to shower all the love he has in his heart on the person or people that will give him his forever home! To learn more - www.azrescue.org.