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In shelter Cat

Hood RIver, OR, 97031
Pet name:
Wally, big brother to Winkle and Wilder, is bonded to Winkle and wed like to see them stay together. Always sitting next to each other on the cat tree and cage shelf. Wally was rescued with his sibs from a store porch, very tiny, hungry, and scared to death. But after a month in foster with adult cats and a cat friendly dog he is growing into a playful loving kitten. He is at the age now, 10 weeks, of sitting on the arm of your chair and purring in thankfulness. Wally seems to be the big brother to the twins Wilder and Winkle. He is bonded to one of them... since the both look alike we are not really sure who that is :) His favorite toy is real fur mice and any ball, tennis or ping pong to rip around the house with. Wally is polydactyl and will require claw trims as his claws get caught on things and curl under. He was provided sisal scratch posts and the large cardboard scratcher, the cardboard is the favorite at this point in his life. Nap time for the kittens was highest perch on a cat tree. Wally is just a lovely little guy to have around but could be a little shy at first. He will adjust easily as we have seen in the past few days.

This cats/kittens are at the Petco listed below. Petco adoption counselors handle the adoption process.
Please come by the Keizer Petco to meet this cat. An application can be made at the Keizer Petco. 
6425 Keizer Station BLVD
Keizer, OR 97303


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