Once upon a time, there was a cat as white as the snow. Her eyes were as golden as sunlight, and her heart was as sweet as sugar.

She spent the days of her kittenhood sitting in laps and chasing butterflies through the meadows. But one day, everything changed. The snow white cat found herself placed in a box and taken to the animal shelter. She did not know what to think of this, but she kept purring gently to everyone she met anyway.

While she was at the shelter, the snow white cat tested positive for a scary illness. She had a hard time finding a home after that. The first home she tried wasn't quite right.

Everyone did their best to comfort her when she returned to the shelter.

Then the vet, in the infinite wisdom of her arcane arts, recommended re-testing the snow white cat to see if she truly had the dreaded illness.

Finally, a ray of sunshine broke through the clouds of the snow white cat's life. The first test had been a false negative, and subsequent evidence proved that the snow white cat was just as healthy as a horse!

Armed with this wonderful news, the cat took up residence in the Lobby of the animal shelter. She awaited the arrival of a family of her own to take her home.

She waited for three weeks, and yet no one came. Was it because she was already seven years old? Was it because she sat quietly in her cage instead of calling out frantically for attention? The white cat was not sure. In fact, she is still at the SPCA awaiting that special someone.

The snow white cat is named Bianca. Is there anyone out there who can write the end of Bianca's story?

The SPCA of Hancock County is a no-kill facility, and currently has many cats and dogs available for adoption.  It’s located at 141 Bar Harbor Road in Trenton.  It’s open Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays between 11 AM – 5 PM.  Fridays and Saturdays between 11 AM – 6 PM.  Closed Monday and Tuesday.

Call them at call at 667-8088! Email them at info@spcahancockcounty.org.  Follow them on Facebook and check out the website too!