PETS BORN ON LEAP DAY
What about pets? Humans are not the only things born on Leap Day!
When sending in pictures of a Leap Day Pet please include their name and date of birth. You may include info along with the pet. Your name and contact info are optional.
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Here’s Biggie Rolls ❤️ This is our fur baby, my husband Brandon and I love him so much. He was born on February 29, 2020
Chloe, a Leap Day baby born in 1996, found a perfect breeder with puppies due the end of February 2020. Her boy Winston wanted to hold out for a very special day, 7 days late the litter was born on 29th February 2020.
Oreo born February 29, 2016
Born 29th February 2016 Skater lives in Sri Lanka
Puppies born February 29, 2016
Hallway born February 29, 2016
This is Leapin Laird Boston Creme Pi
(born 29 Feb 2012)
Member Sue Barratt of Wigston, Leics, England, UK born 1952 and her Leap Day Dog, Maddy, was born Leap Day 2004 which makes her extra special to me being a Leap Day Baby myself (1952). She lives up to her name MAD by name and MAD by nature!
The reasoning behind her name is, she was from a litter of just two. Her brother was called Robin Hood and Maddy was naturally called Maid Marion. According to legend Robin Hood had a pet name for Maid Marion which was Maddy. It also means, in Old English, My Lady, which she is.
Boston "Creme Pie" Russell a Leap Day Dog. Boston was born 29th February 2012. He is a rescue dog and came to his 'forever' home at around 5 months old. He is a crossbreed (Jack Russell Terrier/Hungarian Vizsla). He is a registered Therapet and very much a puppy at heart!
William Kennedy of Louisiana, USA born 1988.
My dog, Fang, was also born on Leap Year Day, just like me! 2-29-00 is his and 2-29-88 is mine. Is that not weird!?"