Review of strange cats

A cat without a tail, another hairless, a third with flattened ears ... Some felines surprise us at first sight, to make us crack when we know them better.

Many more cats to discover

Angora, Carthusian but also bobtail or somali or sphynx, find many other breeds of cats by clicking on the alaphabet of cat breeds from A to Z.

Proud of your cat? Take a picture of him and send it to his race card. She can illustrate this page, and your kitty will pass to posterity!

The manx, the rabbit cat

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A cat that does not have a tail is already very strange. But, when in addition it moves like a rabbit, it becomes frankly weird! Except for these peculiarities, the manx leads a cat life, all in all quite ordinary.

See the manx file

The sphynx, eccentric but touching

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Without the success of the movie E.T., the sphynx probably would not have aroused the interest that we have today. Like any strange creature, this cat inspires both love and repulsion. But under his extraordinary appearance, hides a soft and affectionate animal.

See the sphynx file

The scottish fold, the cat cap

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But no, scottish fold is not more unfortunate than another! This sad look is due to the shape of his ears. One way like another to get everything you want without asking anything ...

See sheet of scottish fold

The devon rex, a clown ball

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English, original and sophisticated, the devon rex is, like the other rex-type cats, covered with a short and curly fur. Still not very widespread in France, however, there is a great success of curiosity in cat shows.

See the sheet of the devon rex

Video: Why do cats act so weird? - Tony Buffington (December 2019).

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