11 Cute, Cold-Weather Cats Loving The Snow [PICTURES]

Snow is awesome. Whether you live in a place that gets snow or have to spend a few hours driving to the mountains to get it, you’ve probably seen snow and played in it at some point, so you know how fun it can be. Even some cats love the snow!

Humans aren’t the only ones who love the change of weather every winter. These kitties sure look like they are loving the snow, too!

Do these kitties put you in the mood to go out and play in the winter weather? Here are some suggestions.

Fun Things To Do In The Snow For Humans

  1. Ski
  2. Sled
  3. Snowboard
  4. Make a Snowman
  5. Make a Snowcat
  6. Snowball fight

Fun Things To Do In The Snow For Cats

  1. Cat around

Cat Breeds That Do Well In Cold Weather

Do you live in a cold place, or are you thinking about moving somewhere that gets really cold? If so, there are some breeds that would love to come with you. These are breeds that are perfect for cold weather.

  • American Bobtail
  • British Shorthair
  • Chartreux
  • Main Coon
  • Manx
  • Persian
  • Ragdoll
  • Russian Blue
  • Ragamuffin
  • Scottish Fold

Don’t Forget. Always check your area for shelters or breed specific rescues. There are so many cats and kittens in need of homes. Give a homeless cat a new family this season. #AdoptDontShop

If you have a cat who doesn’t like the cold, that’s okay, too. Your cat will probably stay in the house where there are super comfy, warm nap spots all over.

Some parts of our country have already been hit with winter storms this season. Snow, of course, is not fun if you have to drive in it. It can be dangerous and scary. Be careful driving and make sure you have good tires so you can come home safely to your furry family members.

Do you have an outdoor cat who likes playing in the snow? How do you like it when the weather gets super cold every winter? How does your cat feel about it? Please share in the comments below.

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