Snickers is Rescued and Now Likes to Rest in the Sink


Owner Ann Schleppi was nice enough to send us this adorable picture of her cat Snickers who is taking over her sink! Snickers was a rescue cat and this is what Ann had to say: “Snickers is my latest rescue cat. Although frankly I’m not sure who rescued who. In a very short time he has managed to take over my heart and my house!

At the age of three his human parents surrendered him because they had respiratory issues. My husband has a respiratory issue and is allergic to cats. However my hubby knows, happy wife, happy life! And so for over 30 years I’ve been a cat mom. Snickers and I are lucky we found each other. It’s a happy ending for both of us.”

Happy ending? Ann, we think it’s just the beginning!

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