Snowy is a bit of a shy guy and will take time to warm up to new people. He does have some “catitude”, however, and will sometimes let you know when he wants something by banging his paw on a door or other object and trilling his cute croaky meow.
Snowy is a bit of a sensitive creature when it comes to his litter box and has a tendency to pee next to his box instead of in it when under stress. However, by maintaining multiple clean boxes and a stress-free environment, Snowy does very well and the inappropriate peeing stops. He is still learning not to scratch on furniture, but he’s made progress with this while in his foster home.
Snowy is bonded with his brother, Champ, and they must be adopted together. The boys are quite independent and tend to do their own thing, but they do love to groom other, which is very cute to watch.
Snowy desperately wants to be loved, but, after some difficult upheavals, he is still a bit timid. His new family will require patience and understanding to accommodate his minor issues and help him adapt to a new environment. Snowy is a lovely boy who will blossom even more with dedicated kindness and attention.
Will you give Snowy a second chance at a great life?
Thank you for giving two best friends a loving forever home together and thank you for welcoming a senior cat into your family - an adoption fee of your choice is appreciated versus our standard adoption fee of $175.
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