Snow is a very sweet, gentle, docile cat. She is very relaxed and sleeps a lot in the day. Her most active hours are at night where she will sit by you while you watch TV. She loves sitting with you while you're on the couch, and if you don't pet her she’ll nudge you hand in encouragement. She is very timid and takes time to get used to you. Once she does she is affectionate and a great nightly companion. She never scratches or bites, even if she's doing less then desirable activities. She hates bath time (it’s the only time I’ve heard her meow) but loves the affection given afterward. Her favorite thing is to be brushed with a rubber brush while sitting in your lap or on the ground. She loves to push around fuzzy catnip puffs. She might be the only cat that loves car rides. She hates being in her cat carrier but once the car starts moving she becomes quiet and observant. After a bit of time on the road she’ll start purring in her seat. In general she is very low maintenance and quickly establishes a space for herself in your home. She’ll often go into a cupboard (which she can open by herself) and stay there for a nice quiet nap. She won’t make a mess of the litter and knows perfectly when she’s full so don’t worry about overfeeding her. Snow would do best in a quiet home, with a small amount of people. If you’re looking for a kind, soft, low maintenance cat who is great with kids, look no further.
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