Meet Wally – he is a debonair shorthair gentleman, elegantly attired in basic black and white with a confident and out-going personality (perhaps he should have been named Wally Bond). He’s always ready to greet new people and become good friends, in particular those who provide him with a quality lap. He’ll give you a kiss on the nose to let you know he approves before he snuggles in and starts up his purr motor. When he’s playing, he transforms into a secret agent cat, leaping through the air to capture a catnip mouse and save the world from SPECTRE. And when you have to go out, Wally will keep a close eye on things from the window so he can give you a full report on any bird or squirrel agent activity that you might have missed. As with any top-notch secret operative, Wally has been fully cleared and prepared with inoculations by his medical sidekick and has the papers to prove it; he has also been neutered to avoid any entanglements with other cats he might encounter on his missions. He knows he’s a star, but is also more than willing to share the spotlight with another cat (or dog, so long they know their place in the Empire). He just wants all the love you have to give.
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