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More: OakLee is named after The Sacred Oak, a more than 500 year old Chinkapin Oak, worshipped by Indigenous peoples and current locals alike, located in our home town of Oley Valley, Pennsylvania. He is a lover of all things. He enjoys long hikes through the woods, especially those that involve retrieving dropped antlers or flushing doves, swimming in the creek, balls and anything that squeaks. OakLee has a noble heart. He cherishes his littermate, Archer, he is the eyes for his senior fur sister, Ghea, and is a fierce protector of his feline brothers and his yard full of feathered friends. OakLee has a strong devotion to his humans and a fondness for all, especially if you come bearing kisses or treats.