Snow Leopards are unable to growl like other big cats, but they make up for it with the most magnificent tails ever. Their tails, which are between 80 and 105 centimeters long, are nearly as long as their bodies. They are mostly utilized to aid in their balance, but they can also be the ideal thing to OM NOM NOM on!
When Snow Leopards in their native habitat encircle their tails around their noses as a form of protection against the cold, it doesn’t really explain why they’d act that way while being held captive. Perhaps they really can’t resist the fluff, or maybe it’s genetic? Look at those tails, please. Much Too much FLUFFF