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Snowy is a young goat owned by Mary who is never seen out of her arms.
His English name, as well as simply referring to his fur color, may also be a reference to the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb" from which his owner's name is derived; the nursery rhyme refers to its titular lamb as having a fleece as "white as snow".
"Copito", his Spanish name, means "snowflake", in reference to the color of his fur.