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In shelter Cat

Aldie, VA, 20105
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
Hi! My name is Leo and I have lots to tell you! I love to talk and understand that turn taking is important in our conversations. I am 2 years old and even though that is not very long, it is clear I have been on lots of adventures and done a lot of living in that time.
When I was found along I-81 in Shenandoah County, it was clear that I had been through some really rough times. My back leg was broken in three places and my saviors thought I would have to have an amputation. But lucky for me, the nice doctor said "No amputation. We can save this leg! I already had my surgery and every day is a little bit better! I am a big sleek black panther (I weigh almost 10 pounds) with gorgeous green eyes. Just try and resist me!
 Im a very social boy who loves to be loved by humans. I also like it when you entertain me with the "chasing wand and catnip toys. Right now my friends at FOHA dont know how I feel about cats and dogs. When I get excited, I like to nibble, so its important that I have a family with older children or experienced cat parents. I am such a special boy. Do you have a special home for me?

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