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Walter was found in a parking lot. He was severely underweight and weak. He was immediately rushed to the vet where he was hospitalized for a few days, receiving much needed fluids and nutrition. Walter weighed only 5 lbs, which is not much for an adult male. His testing was negative for any illnesses and his blood work looked great. Poor Walter was simply starving. Walter is a very lucky boy. It was discovered a couple of weeks later that he had a nasty tapeworm that was eating everything he had to give. He had diarrhea, vomitting and became dehydrated very quickly. And so it was another hospital stay for Walter. Once treated he was like a new kitty man! His eyes were brighter than ever and he had pep in his step! He has since gained almost 12 lbs!! Walter is a big boy and so handsome!
Walter is a very mellow fellow. He has a sweet meow voice and lets his foster mom know when he wants to get a head scratch or wants to eat! He loves playing with his foster sibs Cali and Kasey. He is a confident kitty and gets along with the other foster kitties in the house. He is learning to tolerate the dogs.
It is not clear whether Walter was a stray or a feral, but Walter follows his foster mom through the house. He seeks attention, but does not like to be smothered (as sometimes foster mom gets carried away with smooches), but he likes to lay close to her. He loves to be brushed, especially on his head and cheeks. Walter is truly more loving every day and will make a wonderful companion!Visit this organization's web site to see any additional information available about this pet.
What's included in the adoption fee?
All cats and kittens in the It's All About the Cats adoption program will be spayed or neutered, current on vaccines (rabies and FVRCP combo vaccines), microchipped and treated for internal and external parasites.