Pet Adoption | R/F Humane Society: Cleo, Queen of The Shelter

We call her Cleo – short for Cleopatra – as she is quite the stunning beauty! Her gorgeous black coat is marked with luscious caramel colored stripes reminiscent of a tiger. And soft…well, let’s just say that you won’t be able to stop running your hands over her compact little body. Weighing in at just about 20 lbs, this girl is the perfect size for growing up with a boy or girl or keeping an apartment dweller company. A very gentle, but active personality makes this dog able to travel, camp, be completely involved in family activities – the possibilities are endless!

As for that more famous Cleopatra, other than their common allure, the two share very few commonalities. Like most monarchs of her time, Cleopatra saw herself as divine; from birth she was declared to be a goddess. Our Cleo is much, much more down to earth with absolutely no ego or airs. The woman Cleopatra was also a mistress of disguise and costume, she would reinvent herself to suit the occasion be it a helpless queen begging Caesar for aid or the ruthless despot sending her siblings to their death. Cleo, on the other hand is what is commonly called W.Y.S.I.W.Y.G. (Wizzywig) or What You See Is What You Get – a sweet, happy, loving little girl.

Won’t you take the chance on her taking a starring role in YOUR family?
The Humane Society and Adoption Center of Rockport/Fulton
1308 Myrtle St

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