From foster: Little cutey-pie, the Walrus has adorable little white toes on both his back legs. He comes chasing over to be the first of his siblings to greet you. He likes nothing more than to sit on your lap and purr. When he’s not doing that he’s typical kitten – play, play and play some more. He has expressive eyes that just shout out “I love you.” And he loves to be petted, all over – head, tummy, feet – you name it, he soaks up affection.
The Walrus has Cerabellar Hypoplasia (CH), which in cats just means that their movements are wobbly and shaky. They don't know they are different and it's not painful.
Please note that all kittens 6 months and under must go to a home with another young cat to play with or be adopted in pairs.