One day, a family from Los Angeles discovered a stray kitten at their local park. Initially shy and hesitant, the kitten gradually began to trust the family over the course of a week. Eventually, the kitten followed the family home and happily jumped into their arms, relieved to finally have a loving home and no longer roam the streets alone.
The kitten was friendly enough to let a mother and her two kids pet and play with her at the park. She even followed them back home where the family offered her food and water. The cat quickly became attached to the family, and the kids affectionately named her Snowy. As she continued to receive care and attention, Snowy decided to make their backyard her new home.
According to Caroline Grace, the founder of Baby Kitten Rescue, her sister (the mother) informed her about Snowy, a shy young cat who was in need of help. Upon arriving at their house, Caroline was greeted by the timid feline who quickly turned into a love-bug after receiving some affection from her. She began purring and giving head butt kisses, showing her appreciation for the attention.
Caroline shared with Love Meow that Snowy was initially hesitant towards her, but soon warmed up and even started purring when she was petted. Caroline couldn’t bear the thought of leaving the cat outside any longer, so she decided to take her in. The kitten allowed them to place her in a carrier, showing trust in their intentions. Upon visiting the veterinarian, Snowy was estimated to be around six months old and did not have a microchip.
As Snowy joyfully received love and affection in her new home, she couldn’t contain her excitement. Her front paws did tippy-taps while she rubbed her face on Caroline. Caroline shared that Snowy is a playful cat who enjoys chasing, running, jumping, and climbing. Additionally, Snowy has an active purr that’s hard to miss and loves getting face rubs, chin scratches, and back scratches. She also likes to snuggle in Caroline’s lap and give head butt kisses, showing how much she adores her new family.
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