Snowy was born and raised outdoors where he survived a harsh winter. When NTCR rescued him from life on the streets (with his brother Frosty) they were very lucky not to have suffered frostbite despite the extreme cold and temperatures where reading minus 15, for many days prior. Snowy has adapted well and is seems to truly enjoy the security of the shelter after such a hard start in life. He is a handsome boy, who is full of curiosity and loves to wander the halls, always on the prowl to see what is going on. He can be very affectionate, but has what we call “catitude”! He doesn’t understand he should play with his claws in and will let you know when he has had enough. Snowy is usually good with most other cats but is definitely an alpha male who needs to be the boss and likes to rule the territory. If you would like to give Snowy the “furever” home he has never know, please fill out an adoption application and contact us.
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