13 year old • Male
This big guy has beautiful gold eyes and a lush orange coat that's soft as rabbit's fur. He has a white cravat and white knee socks on his hind legs.
Wallace is almost too good to be true. When he was first pulled from the shelter, his foster mom had to bathe him, clean his ears, clip his nails and generally manhandle him silly, but Wallace didn't make a peep, let alone scratch or bite. He was just happy to receive all the attention! Wallace's personality encompasses the best of orange tabby traits. If you're familiar with these cats, then you know they are famous for being extremely affectionate and laid back. Wallace is just that -- confident, friendly, and super chill. He loves on anyone he comes into contact with, and he's a fan of sitting in laps and getting his head scratched. Plus he's a purr machine. You certainly can't go wrong with Wallace; he's a find! He will make someone a wonderful longtime companion.
Wallace came into Harnett County shelter as a stray. An IAR volunteer rescued him when she saw that he had only two days left until scheduled euthanasia.