Cleo was rescued from a hoarding situation. She was malnourished when she first came into foster care. We thought she looked like a sphinx, so we named her after cleopatra. But after a few weeks in foster care, Cleo discovered that she liked food. Like, a lot. She has a huge personality to match her hefty stature! She is a sweet girl who wants to be the center of attention at all times. She is very verbal and has the strangest high-pitched meow ever. She loves belly rubs and snuggles. She will bump you until you pet her. She’s a curious girl who likes to investigate everything. She likes to open every drawer and cabinet she can find. Whoever adopts her needs to have a sense of humor because this lady is always showing off for attention. She’s a needy girl who’s looking for a furever home where she can get the love and constant attention she deserves. Cleo does well with other cats and tolerates dogs that are calm.
HOW TO ADOPT: Apply via the adoption application at nepapetrescue.com (please disregard the dog adoption fees listed on the app and read this description).
GENERAL INFO: Adult adoption fees are $60 to help reimburse for vetting.
Kitties will be spayed/neutered, fully vaccinated (rabies & FVRCP/distemper), FIV/FeLV tested, microchipped, dewormed, and flea/tick/mite treated prior to adoption. Located in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, foster based; approved application required for meetings.
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