Meow! My name is Walter
|Breed:||Domestic Mediumhair||Color:||Black & White Or Tuxedo||Age:||Adult|
I am already neutered, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with cats.
UPDATE: MAY 2013
**URGENT** This kitty's foster mom is very sick and this kitty is in desperate need of a new place to live. A foster home or forever home is absolutely necessary right now! Please contact us if you can help in any way!!
Walter is a loving, playful and very handsome little boy. He takes the lead from his sister, Annie, and acts as her "wingman" in exploration and making sure new toys are fun and not scary! He is very sweet and loves to sit on your lap for a good snuggle.
He is good with other cats and children but not sure about dogs. Given his young age, he could certainly get used to a canine big brother or sister!
If you are interested in adopting Walter and Annie or have questions about them, please email their foster mom, email@example.com.
DOB: October 2011
Shown at the Santa Clarita Petco
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Rescue Group Info...
Happy Strays Rescue is a non-profit rescue organization that cares for stray, abandoned and orphaned cats and kittens. Our rescues are often just babies who require bottlefeeding and hand rearing. Our cats and kittens are cared for in a network of wonderful foster homes while they wait for adoption.
We currently have many many cats and kittens ready for adoption! Because we do not have a shelter and our cats reside in foster homes they are only available to be seen at our adoption Saturdays. If there is a cat you would like to meet, please let us know so that we can make sure the kitty is at our next evemt.
Our cats are available for adoption every Saturday from 11 am-3:30 pm at the PETCOs in La Canada and Santa Clarita. Please see our website for details and directions.
Our fees are $100 and include spay/neuter, testing for Felv/FIV and all vaccinations. We have an adoption questionaire and contract to be signed. We do not allow de-clawing, but we often rescue declawed cats and have them available for adoption. If the adoption is not a good fit for the cat or family, pets may always be returned to us.