Leonard is a golden-haired antelope with a long neck and pale cream facial features. He has dark ears and two, spiraling, black horns that protrude from his head. His outfit consists of a white business shirt, a striped ascot scarf, and a black business coat, as well as a pair of small, round glasses. Leonard almost always has a haughty and snooty expression on his face.
Role in the Game
While searching for stolen necklaces, Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde learn from Wilfred that he was meeting Leonard at the DMV about buying a sports car. Leonard tells them he has large amounts of cash but he didn't buy the car because Wilfred missed the appointment with his business partner. He suggests they visit the DMV instead of questioning him.
At the DMV, Judy and Nick find a portfolio with a pamphlet of the Sequoia Towers condo project. The lab analyzed the pamphlet and it belongs to Leonard. When they return it to Leonard, Judy asks him about his connection to Sequoia Towers. Leonard says there isn't one, as someone put it on his car windshield that he put in his portfolio to look at later. He also says that having a condo near his hotel would be bad for business. He says he doesn't know anything about the project nor anyone who does.
After the case is solved, Leonard tells them he dropped "something" in the alley while en route to the DMV and asks them to locate it. Judy asks if he could be more specific, but Leonard just says he cannot at this time. At the alley, Judy and Nick find a half-eaten box of donuts and inside it, they find a frosting-covered metal object that's not a donut. They have the lab defrost it and it turns out to be a hotel master key. Nick says he is a hotel manager and the key is his unless it's the "new jelly" at the donut shop. They return it to Leonard, and Judy asks if that was the "something" he dropped. He says it is and is embarrassed, as his job gets stressful and he copes it by eating an entire box of donuts. Nick says they don't judge, just arrest.