In many ways, snails are awkward. They are known for their slow speed, while their shells are evolving rapidly thanks to the increasing temperature in urban environments. They are found everywhere but still, many snail species are at risk. For centuries, snails have been regarded as the symbol of sin, and these days we are banning them from our gardens as they are notorious plant killers. Including snails in design is, therefore, a manifesto against anthropocentric species selection. The snail represents a large more-than-human group that has been ignored and marginalized in designing cities. This project explores a poetic approach to transforming our minds, affection, and relations with this mysterious creature.