Looking for three magical felines to love for a lifetime? These little fellows aren't capable of disappointing. Their trifecta delivers the perfect feline behavioral package: Crackle, a crooning goddess worthy of your undivided attention and content with nothing less. Snap, an agile, playful buddy with a week spot for head petting. Pop, a timid little guy whose love, once earned, warms you through-and-through. The most important thing about Snap, Crackle, and Pop is their love for one another. They'll spend hours rubbing-up against each other, weaving their bodies together in a tri-headed locomotion reminiscent of Cerberus from Ancient Greek mythology. They share their food equally, no matter how hungry they are. They groom together and love to have sleepovers on the same chair. Snap and Pop get a real kick out of toys like fake mice and laser pointers. Crackle... well, let's be real, she's a little above that and would rather take the time with her kin distracted to soak-up your 1-on-1 scritches. If you're looking for a happy clan to inspire you and give you new hope in a new love, these are the three.
Snap's an eager explorer of bathrooms and collector of pettings. I prefer to call him the Shadow Cultist--a name befitting his void-black hair and predilection for hiding in the deep whenever strangers come by. His favorite strategy: duck behind the curtains because "if I can't see you you most certainly cannot see me". This guy is the most boisterous of the three. In the morning, while the other two languish near your legs or free arms in anticipation of their first daily love (food) session, Snap is straight-up pacing on your pillow, crossing and recrossing the gorge between your bed and nightstand. Other hobbies include kicking balls around endlessly, playing with every toy in sight, and chasing the laser pointer.
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