Courtesy Post on Behalf of Elsie Rescues Cats -
The following was written by Walters loving foster parents!
Dear reader, first, count yourself lucky as you’re about to be introduced to the GOAT of all cats, Sir Walter. Please only continue reading if you’re prepared to give this cat a loving home and the best life that he deserves.
Walter possesses the resilience of a street-cat, the loving nature of a young puppy, independence of a proud lion, and the most expressive eyes you’ll ever find in a cat.
Unfortunately, as his current foster parents, we’re making the extremely difficult decision to put him up for adoption (the main reason we’re letting him go is due to severe cat allergies).
In a nutshell, Sir Walter is…
\t•\tCuddlebug - he loves to snuggle with you anytime, anywhere (see: couch, bed, bathtub)
\t•\tPurrrrrrfect - easy to please with pets; even enjoys the occasional belly rub
\t•\tProtective but a scaredy-cat when you’re in the bathroom for too long and makes a point to poke his head into the toilet after using it
\t•\tNot a picky eater - open to wet and dry food
\t•\tA thirsty boy - loves to stay hydrated
\t•\tVery curious about everything - sniffing around all day
\t•\tSometimes vocal if you’re coming home after a day at work
Walter is neutered, vaccinated, and felv/fiv negative. Please fill out an adoption application if youre interested in Walter joining your family -
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