Happy Wet Nose Wednesday! Let's talk animals.

Here's the deal. A lot of animals are living in local shelters and we want to unite them with as many families as possible.

These shelters give animals a fighting chance, but it's up to us to give them homes.

Every week, we spotlight one lucky animal. This week, we enlist the help of a Fall River foster-based shelter that is taking care of a personable cat hoping to steal your heart.

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Moby Kit Rescue
Moby Kit Rescue

Meet Wally. He's around 5 years old and was found as a stray in Fall River. Lovingly taken in by Moby Kit Rescue, this sweet guy hasn't had much attention yet.

Wally is friendly, affectionate and gentle. He loves being pet and hanging out with his foster family. He's the ultimate lap cat.

"We're not sure if he was abandoned or has lived his whole life as a stray, but he's definitely a 'people cat,'" Moby Kit Rescue said.

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Wally is great with mild-tempered cats and does well with kids, but he's not a fan of dogs.

"He's had a tough life outdoors and we think he would do best in a home where he's the only pet."

Does Wally sound like a good fit for you and your family? Contact Moby Kit Rescue and schedule a play date today.

Wally cannot wait to meet you.

Moby Kit Rescue

57 Walnut Street, Fall River


Moby Kit Rescue is a foster-based rescue and does not have a physical shelter

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