Legion   

In shelter Cat

Pittsboro, Chatham County, North Caro...
Breeds:
Tabby, Tuxedo, Mixed
Colors:
Lost or found date:
03/21/2021
Pet name:
Legion
Gender:
Male
Size:
Medium
Age:
Adult
Description:
This animal is not in the CARE foster system. It is listed as a courtesy and CARE is not responsible for any problems with the animal or with the adoption process.'A few years back my name was popular among human baby boys. I guess at the time my owner didn't know she was going to have her own baby boy one day, so she named me 'Legion.' It means 'unusual or surprising!' I've no idea what that is about, as in my humble opinion, I'm just another (very handsome) guy. I'm like any other guy (cat or human) that enjoys watching TV (the more wildlife the better), eating and napping. But unlike human guys, I promise I won't break your heart! If you let me into your home, I'll be the best kitty ever. I won't leave without telling you where I'm going. Actually, I won't leave period because I don't know how to be an outside cat. I'm good at playing (fishing pole toys or laser dots are faves) and being easy going. Please give me a chance to show you what a good kitty I am.' Legion is a low maintenance kitty that enjoys the simple-cat life. He gets along with other cats (when properly introduced and given some time to adjust) and dogs. Call 919-935-3792 for more info or to arrange to meet Legion. Adoption fee is $100.00.

Location


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
 
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