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Leo Cat Horoscope

Dear Leo Cat,

The celestial mice are favoring you this week, dear Leo cat. As the sun purrs in your sign, you will be filled with an abundance of energy, so take advantage of this to explore those higher shelves or the mysterious depths of the basement. Mars, the planet of assertiveness, is also in your sign, which means you’re going to feel the need to express your dominance. Chasing your tail, knocking things off tables, and meowing at 3 am are excellent ways to assert your territory. Just remember, the humans will not appreciate your midnight serenades, so make sure to keep your assertiveness to a reasonable level.

Venus, the planet of love, is currently lounging in your 12th house of solitude. This means you might feel a bit more aloof and independent this week. Good thing you’re a cat and are already an expert at this! Also, take some time to show appreciation to your humans. A purr, a rub against their legs, or even a simple blink could make their day. However, be cautious around the family dog. He’s under the influence of the mischievous Mercury, and might be a bit more playful and annoying than usual. Remember, you’re a Leo cat, the king of the jungle (or the living room), and you don’t have to put up with any canine nonsense.

As Jupiter, the planet of luck, takes a cat nap in your house of fortune, you can expect some unexpected treats to come your way. Perhaps a new toy mouse or an extra helping of wet food? But remember, dear Leo cat, it’s all about balance. Don’t overindulge in your good fortune and forget your responsibilities. There are still furniture corners to scratch and carpets to shed on.

As for your lucky lottery numbers this week, they are 9, 17, 22, 33, 41, and 55. Good luck and happy napping!

Yours astrologically,

Debbie Moore is a writer with a strong interest in cats and cat ownership. She is the creator of Cats and Kittens Central, and since 2005 has contributed numerous articles on cat care, cat health, cat behavior and many other topics related to our furry friends. Debbie has owned cats for the past 50 years.

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