Cat Breed of the Day: Snowshoe

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From Petfinder: Breeders brave enough to take on the Snowshoe challenge find that the cat pays back the effort in love and affection. Anyone looking for an aloof, standoffish cat need not apply for Snowshoe ownership, fanciers claim that Snowshoes don’t realize that they’re cats; they consider themselves people. They love to touch and be touched. Very intelligent, they can be taught a number of tricks. Snowshoes are also known for their fascination with water and on occasion will climb into the tub for a swim, as long as it’s their idea.

Since we hear that the Snowshoe is so much like a human, are there any owners out there that agree?  What has your Snowshoe done recently the resembles human behavior?  We’d love it if you could send us any pictures of your Snowshoe doing something funny.   Videos and stories would be even better!  In the meantime please enjoy this gallery of snowshoe cats and kittens.  Be sure to click “next” beneath each picture to view them all.

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