Hi, I'm Wallingford, but I also go by Wally, The Cow or Booplesnoot (obviously). I'm a big strong boy with a loud purr, awesome athletic moves (the college scouts are already checking me out), and a voracious appetite. I'm the perfect balance of outgoing and independent but also sweet and snuggly. I love wand toys, football (NFL and MLS), and walking across your keyboard when you are trying to type an important email. My nose is irresistible, and I guarantee you will want to boop it when you meet me. I would love to be adopted with my sister Queen Anne-she's the peanut butter to my jelly! Wallingford and Queen Anne are named after Seattle neighborhoods, which is where their foster parents met and started a life together. Now Wally and Annie are looking for their very own happily ever after, just like their foster mom and dad. These kittens have been socialized with children, adult cats, and two 35-lb dogs. They are affectionate, extremely purry, and excellent with the litter box. If you are interested in learning more about Wallingford and his best friend Queen Anne, please complete an adoption form. https://www.shelterluv.com/matchme/adopt/BKB-A-1493 Wallingford and Queen Anne are a pair adoption only. Their combined adoption fee is $400. Note: Wallingford is available for a foster-to-adopt arrangement. Wallingford can move to an approved adoptive home when he is 12+ weeks old but will remain the property of The Bitty Kitty Brigade until medical care has been completed including his neuter surgery.
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