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Snowy was put up for adoption after his owner became ill and could no longer care for him.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian said the deal was a huge win for NSW, especially regional NSW, which will benefit both from the Snowy 2.
Families are invited to explore the artwork featured in the 1963 Caldecott Medal winner "The Snowy Day.
Fortunately, despite the ordeal, Snowy - who is also deaf - was unharmed by the experience and was returned to her delighted, and very relieved, owners.
Snowy the cat gets stuck between shed and fence THIS curious cat got into a tight squeeze after falling eight feet down a tiny gap between a shed and a fence.
Grace Pope took this photo of a snowy scene in Uppingham on the way to Hunstanton for a New Year's break away.
RECORD wet summers and severe snowy weather in winter seen in recent years in the UK could be linked to Arctic warming, scientists have said.
Live in interactive from famous Birmingham in the The exceptional wet summers, snowy cold snaps and mild stormy winters all corresponded with pronounced negative or positive spikes in readings of the index, showing more extreme north and southward movements of the jet stream.
Create a snowy scene Snowy potted tree, 7ft, PS200; tree decorations and baubles from PS2 each; arch window mirror, PS149; cushions from PS25 each, throw, PS49.
ONE OF THE MOST POPULAR OF ALL AUSTRALIAN FILMS, GEORGE MILLER'S THE MAN FROM SNOWY RIVER MAY HAVE WON MASSIVE AUDIENCE APPROVAL, BUT, AT THE TIME, CRITICS WERE DISTINCTLY SNOOTY IN THEIR RECEPTION OF THE WILDLY PICTURESQUE ADVENTURE SET IN VICTORIA'S HIGH COUNTRY.
The spit of land between the beach and a thick plot of sea oats and muhly grass marks the fragile nesting area for one of Florida's most imperiled bird species, the snowy plover.
They look very different - Louis is a tabby cat while Snowy is white.