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Cornish rex

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  • Between Children – 7/10
  • Intelligence – 8/10
  • Mobility – 6/10
  • Maintenance Need – 6/10
  • Acting – 8/10
  • Trainability – 9/10

You can play very different games with the Cornish Rex race, which is very loyal to its dog-like characters.

Historical

This interesting cat breed from the Cornwall region of Great Britain began to appear in the 1950s. Cornish Rex cats, which have an unusual character, emerged as a result of a completely natural mutation without knowingly being produced like most cat breeds.

Nina Ennismore, the first owner of Cornish Rex cats, began to work intentionally to replicate this breed of the cat after seeing it producing a different and beautiful breed. Ennismore, who did this job in a completely amateur manner, succeeded in producing cats in the same way by chance, and the Cornish Rex breed soon became popular.

The name of the Cornish Rex breed comes from a different region-specific to the region, called the “rex rabbit.” This cat breed began to be recognized as a unique breed by all cat communities in 1964.

Weight – Dimensions

Cornish Rex cats can have weights ranging from 2.5 kilograms to 4.5 kilograms.

Lifetime

This cat breed lives on average between 11 and 15 years.

Personality

Cornish Rex cats are very smart and cute. This race, which loves to use its intelligence, is very fond of activities that require hard work and have to push their minds. Cornish Rex cats, who love to play with different and interactive cat toys, can also easily learn most games you play with dogs.

In addition to being a clever cat, these cats, which are well developed to observe, manage to follow, and learn every move of their owners. Combined with these talents, Cornish Rex cats can learn to do everything you do at home. You can see that this breed of the cat even opened the refrigerator from time to time.

Care

The Cornish Rex breed is easy to crawl. Although it has a fur length that varies from cat to cat, it has a very soft and sensitive hair that can be easily cared for. It will be enough to scan once a week.


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