They almost didn't survive kittenhood. They were dumped on a street in front of a church as kittens. There were four of them. It was mid winter, the road was icy, and all four kittens were frozen to the street. One of the kittens was run over and killed because it couldn't move. The other three were rescued, but when they were picked up, part of their skin and fur came off because it was frozen to the street. They were nursed back to health, and all three were adopted. That was five years ago.
Wally is more friendly, will jump on my lap for petting and head rubs, and is.....well, Wally's a goofball. He loves to play - especially with a catnip toy I made. He's a laid-back, sweet, playful, cuddly boy.
"Okay, that was fun, Did I do something silly?"
After Wally got done playing with the catnip toy, Tasha tried it, but it didn't do much for her. Some cats are just not affected by catnip.
They've already been spayed and neutered. We'll have them retested for feline leukemia and aids, and vaccinated in a couple weeks, and then they'll be ready for adoption.