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Leo 8

Updated on March 9, 2011
Leo 8
Leo 8 | Source

I mean it. The stuff he pulls just slays me!

I guess it’s not hard to understand, really. After all, the guy’s a lot like a cat. That orange hair, for instance — where did that come from, if not a some feline not too many generations ago?

And what a physique. Tall. Gangly. Goofy. Big-footed. Spastic. Weird. Mr. O’Brien sure looks like he was assembled by that same wiseacre that created cats. And he’s got all those distinctive kittykat moves, too: the funky walk, the backwards twist, the straight-up launch, the what-the-heck-did-you-just-say? stare.

Not to mention he’s on his 3rd or 4th life in late night.

Yep. I’m sure he’s related to my species not too far back down the line. No wonder I can relate. 


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    • rickzimmerman profile image

      rickzimmerman 7 years ago from Northeast Ohio

      Thanks, CM. Stay tuned for more of the continuing sagas of Leos . . .

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      Christina M. Castro 7 years ago from Baltimore,MD USA

      Leo 8 has really acclamated to human life, and what human doesn't want to have a cool cuddly orange fluffy thing curl up on the lap or in the bed watching late night.Just like Spike TV is for burly guys, and Lifetime and HG TV is for the doting housewife, I think they probably should have a channel for the felines, say called CatNip. Anyway, I like Leo 8; he seems to be the most domestic out of all the Leo's.