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; Original Bio: One big furry fluff ball! Snow Kitty needs someone who is familiar with Nordic breeds and can give him the space, exercise, training, and leadership he needs. He is dog-friendly and does not appear to be outwardly cat-aggressive, though we believe he'd be best in a no cat and no kid home! He is stubborn, willful and possessive - he had a stuffed animal and was very possessive and unwilling to let it go. He is a bit of a touchy fellow and needs adults who can allow him the space he needs - and also provide friendship and activity - he does really like playing with other dogs - males or females.
Snow Kitty also had the name Griffin which is a bit more regal -- but this is not a joker, rather he has an independent streak, he is prideful and dominant in that he feels secure in himself and his right to have what he wants and do what he wants and really doesn't want a person telling him otherwise or demanding of such... he can get angry and takes some time to let him calm down - thus a savvy adult home is what he needs.
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