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Pet of the Week | Leo & Scotty Cats for Adoption

paws of coronado pets of the week leo and scotty two sweet tuxedo cats for adoption

Everyone Needs Some Brotherly Love

Scotty and Leo are handsome and friendly feline brothers who came to PAWS when their family moved and did not take these two sweet boys with them.

  • Scotty is very outgoing, while Leo is just a bit more cautious with new people. Leo warms up quickly though, and is as sweet and affectionate as his brother.
  • Both boys love attention, and will roll around and nuzzle you for pets. They also love lap time!
  • Scotty and Leo both enjoy being brushed, and obviously pride themselves on their good looks.
  • Scotty and Leo are both very easy-going and would fit seamlessly into a new home.

These two boys have been together their entire lives and we would love to find them a forever home together!

Scotty’s Stats
Male Cat, 12 Years Young, DSH, Tuxedo, Shots Up To Date, Neutered, Tested for FELV & FIV, Adoption Fee = $35.00

Leo’s Stats
Male Cat, 12 Years Young, DSH, Tuxedo, Shots Up To Date, Neutered, Tested for FELV & FIV, Adoption Fee = $35.00

If you adopt both boys, the adoption fee is $50.00. And Leo and Scotty may qualify for our Eldercare Program where the adoption fees are waived.

Are you looking for some brotherly love in your life? If you are, you must come down to the Coronado Animal Care Facility today to meet Leo and Scotty!

If you have any questions, you can contact the Cat Adoption Team by calling Bob at 619-840-9727.

And please check out Scotty’s and Leo’s full profiles and those of the many cats for adoption on the PAWS of Coronado Cats for Adoption page.

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PAWS of Coronado was established in 2003. PAWS manages the Coronado Animal Care Facility and cares for the orphaned cats and dogs of Coronado while they find them their forever homes.


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