Snowball is a very social, senior female who knows just what she wants out of life: your lap and hours of snuggling! Her snow-white fur, coupled with her golden eyes, make her a truly beautiful kitty. Snowball loves attention and is often the first cat to greet you at the door to her room.
She is a spunky cat who is very much the queen of all the cats in her room. She may be older, but she doesn't seem to know it--she likes to play and behave like a kitten. She is continually overlooked because of her senior status, but she is healthy and playful and would make a great companion.
She came to us as an owner surrender and she has experience with other cats and with kids, and she does well with both. She likely wouldn't do well with a very dominant cat, since she is pretty dominant herself.
Are you the perfect forever home for Snowball?
Estimated date of birth: February 9, 2005
Spayed/neutered: Yes, spayed
Weight: 9 lbs.
Vaccines: Up to date
FIV/FeLV results: Negative
Special needs: None
OK with kids: Yes
OK with cats: Yes
OK with dogs: Unlikely
Likes and dislikes: Snowball loves hanging out with people
Adoption fee: $49 (reflecting her senior status)
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