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In shelter Cat

Queen Creek, AZ, 85142
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair
Coat length:
The smallest of the 4 kittens she was found with, Leanne (affectionately called Lea-Lea) probably would not have survived without being given fluids. Now she is healthy and almost as big as the other 3!  She is almost always with one of the other kittens, particularly when she sleeps. She has responded well to being held and fed by other people.  She loves to be petted and gives head butts when she knows you. She has been held and cuddled by adults and a child who has interacted with all the kittens.

Extremely intelligent and resourceful, Lea-Lea was the first to master most of the self-contained toys with balls and toys she has to fish out with her paws. She particularly likes cardboard scratchers and feather toys on a pole.

Because Leanne is still so young it would be best if she is adopted ALONG WITH ANOTHER KITTEN her age or to a home with an EXISTING friendly kitty resident.

Leanne is spayed, microchipped, is FVRCP vaccinated, and has tested negative for FeLV and FIV. If you are interested in making Leanne a part of your family please follow the link below to complete an online adoption application.


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