Meet Snowball
Animal ID 42911898 
Species Cat 
Breed Siamese/Mix 
Age 1 year 11 months 28 days 
Gender Male 
Size Large 
Color Tan/White 
Spayed/Neutered  
Declawed No 
Housetrained Yes 
Site Romeoville Humane Society 
Adoption Price $150.00 
ARN 19C53 
Snowball was surrendered to us by his family that could no longer keep him. It took him a little time to acclimate, but he has now come out of his shell and is a very loving, playful, and friendly boy. He has earned the nickname "Rolin", which he answers to, because when he's happy he rolls around on the floor. This gorgeous boy (photos do NOT do this blue-eyed beauty justice!) enjoys to be pet and really likes to be around his people. He will follow you around and meow for attention when he feels he's not getting enough. He's not one to be picked up and held for long periods, he seems to feel confined. You can pick him up, he just lets you know with his fidgeting when it's time to put him down. We are working on getting him to allow us to touch his paws for nail trims, but at this time he is not keen on anyone messing with his paws. He is sharing his foster home with a very gentle and laid back adult male feline, without issue. Rolin seemed a little nervous of the resident kitty at first, even though he was only trying to groom him and be his friend. But now he enjoys sharing his space with the other cat, and even crave the feline companionship, "bro" lounge around time, and play time. We will mention that the other cat must be extremely social and friendly in a non-threatening way, and a male would most likely be best. As we saw him get a little moody when he was adjusting to his new foster home, we recommend no small kids for him as he is acclimating, as they may be a bit too rough unintentionally. We think he would like having older kids to play with, as long as they understand how to be kind to kitties, as he does enjoy the kids that visit his foster family. He may benefit from a bit calmer environment where he can settle in at his own pace, but as long as his family has cat experience and knows how to be patient and help him feel safe, we feel he will do well. No exposure to dogs at this time.