Domestic Short Hair, Mixed
Brown Tabby
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Hi! I’m Wally and I’m a real love bug with HUGE green eyes – you can see how gorgeous they are and how handsome I am in my video: You can see that I am enjoying my pets – and this is after I was driven two hours to the photographer’s place, met by two strangers who plopped me on the fuzzy blanket…and then it’s SHOWTIME!  I did pretty great don’t you think with all that going on?!  Honestly if you are looking for a “companion kitty ” I’m your guy.  I just live for affection. I will sit right next to (or on) you while you pet me and am happy to keep you company while you read or watch TV. I love to play with all sorts of toys –wand toys are especially fun! I am pretty adorable – and I’m fine with other cats; but if you play with me, I would also be fine as the only kitty in the house. I haven’t lived with children or dogs but I have a nice level of confidence so I could be fine with them! I was born in November 2016 and I am neutered, microchipped, tested negative for FIV and FELV, and am up to date on all my shots.I am living in a private foster home, so feel free to reach out to Karen at 209-329-2001 to learn more about me. Once you are approved we can meet via video chat!


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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