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Adopt Snowflake

Female Adult Domestic Short Hair

If you have questions about Snowflake please contact

Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition, Inc.

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About Snowflake

Snowflake is an adorable white cat with tabby ears and tail who is enthusiastic, friendly and outgoing. Snowflake is four years old and was brought to the city shelter as a stray. She wants to get to know you and hopes for attention and pets. Her current fosters say that Snowflake is the CUTEST (and they swear they're not biased). Snowflake is quick to warm up and will follow you around the house. She always wants to be around her humans, even if it means just napping in the same room or keeping guard for mice while you’re in the kitchen. She’s incredibly playful; this little huntress will ensure your house is mouse and bug-free! She loves to play with her humans and then snuggle up at the foot of your bed for a nap when she’s done. She’ll climb, jump, and run, and is a lady of simple joys- she can find a toy in anything! Some of her favorite toys so far have been: paper bags, my laundry bag, boxes, balls of yarn, a string on a stick, and a yoga mat. Her regular eating is pretty average, but she’ll do just about anything for one of her favorite treats. She’s not a fan of human food, so you don’t have to worry about her eating off your plate, but she might try to nibble at your house plants, so make sure they are cat safe! She doesn’t meow much but she talks often in sweet little trills and purrs just to say hello and make sure you’re still paying attention to her! She’s not always a big fan of petting (yet), but if you catch her in the right mood, she enjoys gentle petting on her head and back, or scratches under her chin and behind her ears. She doesn’t like to sit on laps (again, yet!), but she’ll curl up against your legs in the evening, especially if you have a super soft blanket on your bed! Snowflake is the absolute sweetest, cutest cat and any family would be lucky to make her a permanent addition to their addition.   Snowflake would probably be happiest as a single cat, but might tolerate another feline with a proper introduction.      

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Details

Name
Snowflake
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Small
Shots up to date
Not Sure
Ok with kids
Not Sure
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
Not Sure
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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