Ever hear the saying, you can’t judge a book by it’s cover? It proves itself true time and time again. Whether it’s a food that might not look so great and turns out to be the most delicious thing you’ve ever had or, say, an actual book that looks pretty hideous and quickly takes up space in your all time favorites. Or, in another instance, a cat that sits sadly at a shelter, looking fragile and alone. You take that cat home, presuming he’ll grow to be a modestly sized, fluffy member of your family.

But, as we’ve established, looks can be sooo deceiving. “Tiny” may be only a pound today, but pretty soon he grows into his full name of Leopold “Butters” Scotch. Weighing in at a majestic, and whopping, 30-pounds, Leo is stunningly huge. Especially compared to Penny, the other more typically sized cat in the household. He also kinda dwarfs his pet parent as well. Just sayin.

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While we’re fairly certain that his guardians didn’t bank on bringing a miniature lion into the house, it’s pretty obvious that they’re happy they did. Leo seems content and appreciated for just who he is. Maybe he won’t feel compelled to follow the yellow brick road to ask the Wizard for some courage after all?

 

Oh, awesome, this little guy is so tiny and cute and cuddly and compact…

These Kind People Adopted "Tiny," The One-Pound Kitten. Look at Him Now!

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Holy crap!

These Kind People Adopted "Tiny," The One-Pound Kitten. Look at Him Now!

Fee, Fi, Fo, Fum…

These Kind People Adopted "Tiny," The One-Pound Kitten. Look at Him Now!

Oh, what’s the use. I’m not terrorizing any villagers today, there’s just too much napping to do.

These Kind People Adopted "Tiny," The One-Pound Kitten. Look at Him Now!

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I’m taking you back to Hogwarts. Yer a wizard, Harry.

These Kind People Adopted "Tiny," The One-Pound Kitten. Look at Him Now!

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