Snuffles is a 5 month old adorable foster of mine. He is the sweetest thing, solid black except for a white check mark on his tummy and about 10 white hairs on his neck. He loves to run and play and when he gets tired he wants to curl up in my lap or right beside me and purr himself to sleep. His meow is a tiny little squeak. He follows me around the house and loves my dog. He is trying to make friends with my cats, but they're not cooperating. He has been neutered, microchipped, and is up to date on his shots. If you know of anyone who might like to give this sweet, adorable little boy a forever home let me know.
Adoption fee is 25.00
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1. LOOKING FOR A ROMANCE? SURROUND YOURSELF WITH BLACK CATS
There's nothing wrong with being a (black) cat lady! In Japan, young women are encouraged to own a black cat to increase their chances of romance. So black cats are not only great companions—but also fantastic wingcats!
2. IN SOME COUNTRIES, BLACK CATS ARE CONSIDERED GOOD LUCK
In Great Britain, black cats are thought to bring good luck, while in Germany, if a black cat crosses your path from the right, it is said to bring prosperity.
3. BLACK CATS DEVELOPED DARK HAIR FOR A REASON
Research shows that black cats may have developed dark hair to fight off disease, meaning their fur is more than beautiful—it's useful, too!
4. BLACK CATS CAN 'RUST' IN THE SUN
Due to a special pigment called melanin in their fur, when out in the sun, many black cats will temporarily turn a dark brown color, as if they were "rusting."
5. BLACK CATS ALMOST ALWAYS HAVE YELLOW EYES
Black cats have an excess of melanin, a pigment that causes dark coloration. Coincidentally, melanin also causes their irises to be yellow
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