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Devon rex

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  • Between Children – 7/10
  • Intelligence – 6/10
  • Mobility – 5/10
  • Maintenance Need – 2/10
  • Acting – 5/10
  • Trainability – 5/10

Devon Rex, who loves attention and people, is a family cat. Moreover, it almost does not shed.

Historical

This cat breed, which appeared in Devon, England, in 1959, has a sister breed named Cornish Rex. Although it has very close characteristics with Cornish Rex, Devon Rex cats, which differ in appearance and genetics, began to spread all over the world since 1968. Devon Rex cats, which went to the USA for the first time in these years, have been officially recognized since 1979.

Weight – Dimensions

The weight of this cat breed ranges from 2 to 4.5 kilograms. Since Devon Rex cats are very suitable for gaining weight, they should definitely be fed a proper diet.

Lifetime

Devon Rex cats live on average between 9 and 15 years.

Personality

Having an interesting character, Devon Rex cats like to sleep on the shoulder of their owners. These cats, who always want to be at face level, love to sit on your shoulder or spend time on the back of the seats while you sit.

Interested in almost everything, Devon Rex cats have the ability to turn even the smallest item into play. If he doesn’t find a toy around, he’s likely to deal with you. These cats also love talking to them.

Devon Rex cats, who feel very loyal to their owners and the people they live with, do not like to eat alone. Devon Rex, who often wants to eat with people, will want to sit at the table with you.

Care

Although the hair of the Devon Rex cats is very gentle, it can be easily combed. It will be enough to scan once a week.

The most important feature of Devon Rex cats is that they rarely shed. Apart from that, this cat breed, which enjoys hot spots, can easily get cold in cold weather. For this reason, it is recommended that you obtain a pet suit or blanket suitable for your cat. Likewise, as this cat breed has an increased risk of getting sick in cold weather, the house where it is fed must be kept warm.


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