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Niall Byrne - 2019-11-08
I Will get one for her day off i called her Permafrost

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Anna - 2018-05-10
we do have litters of the Bengal cat available for interested homes. brown silver and silver mink charcoal contact us for price and pickup live a text and we will call you back.. phone:(434) 233-4396 anna.anderson9729@gmail.com

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Linda W. - 2017-06-01
My brother just adopted a 'moon' cat, but there may be more to the name. It is charcoal grey shout through with silver. Does anyone recognize this breed?

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  • Joanna Phillips - 2018-05-10
    The cat you are describing is a spyinx
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Kim - 2018-01-01
My daughter moved back home with me 6months ago and brought her 13 year old Devon rex with her. I have 2 cats, both 2 years old, adoptedfrom the RSPCA. My cats are very curious and want to interact with the devon rex but the devon rex hisses and lunges at them. Is it possible to get the 3 cats to get along?

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  • Nicky - 2018-04-10
    Yes I have two Devon Rex cats and when I introduced them to my three other cats who are moggies... hissing, growling. with the occasional chasing round the room did carry on for at least 2 months.... but now 8 years on all cats integrated well. I know it sounds silly but you have to respect the top cat in the group. Our oldest girl is 17 years old two sisters 15 and Devon Rex is 10.5 years old and our Selkirk Devon Rex is 4 years old. She was the worse one to introduce as has real attitude, when arrived as a kitten, but again after 3 months of attitude she now respects her place in the group of feline friends.
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Martha - 2013-05-10
My cornish rex is 5 yrs. old. He has a bad skin problems. He scratches him self tell he bleeds. Does anyone else have this problem? If so can you help? Because my Vet. sure cant.

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  • Clarice Brough - 2013-05-10
    Skin problems are most often related to diet in this breed. A deficiency in vitamin E can cause eczema, rashes, and even hair loss. Some Cornish Rex Cats also need regular bathing. Cats have normal oily secretions on their skin. Like all cats, the Rex can get a buildup of sebaceous secretions, but its hair is too short to absorb them as with ordinary cats. It can make the coat look greasy and can cause skin problems. The amount of bathing varies with each individual, some need a weekly bath while other can go for months in between baths. Hope this helps.
  • Linda - 2016-07-09
    My Rex had similar problems. Bit turned out she was alergic to grain. I changed her to grain free cat food Did the trick
  • trisch connolley - 2017-11-27
    i rescued a c rex n he keeps pulling his hair out! any recommendations please!
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Liza - 2017-07-08
Our male calico cat died September of last year:( he was seventeen almost eighteen years old, his name was Toby. He used to love to sit in shallow boxes, sit next to the oven while it was on,(because of the vent, it blew warm food scented air at him! We used to call it:"when he was blow drying his hair.") he's been dead for almost a year now and we still miss him and are hurting as much as we did when he died.at least he's in cat Heaven now:). Rest in peace my darling.

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K Regan - 2017-06-12
Lookilooking for an American Curl to purchase. Thank you

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Rebecca Wheeldon - 2012-01-26
I have a 5yr old devon rex which i have had for just over a year now. I chose this breed due to previous history of cat allergy. He is a very friendly cat although sometimes a little overbearing as he won,;t leave me alone!! One downside is that where ever he sleeps he leaves brown staining despite having regular baths!
A fabulous breed for those who want a loyal companion but not for those who want an independent pet as they can be more demanding than a child.

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  • GailO - 2015-08-22
    Rebecca ... I was just curious if you found any solution to the brown staining that your cat leaves wherever he sleeps. My older Devon has just started doing this the past 2 years and it is very frustrating.
  • azyad - 2016-12-31
    Lemon juice or pine cleaner worked well for me. Wondering if any one knows what the brown stain is?
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Ashley O\'Brien - 2014-12-20
Hi, I have an absolutely adorable Cornish Rex called Tommy.He is actually a she but its too late to change his (her) name now, and I still think of him as my little guy, weird huh?.Tommy came to me in an odd way,apparently my neighbour, found him inside a cage, covered with a white blanket,abandoned on a roadside rest spot! They rescued him of course, and named him Tommy. I knew nothing of this until very soon he showed up on my doorstep , I picked him up, and we have been best buds ever since, he (she) sleeps under my blankets with me in winter, and in summer he sleeps next to my head on another pillow.I did check to see if he was on any of the local and national lost and found data bases, but found nothing, which didnt really surprise me, given how he was found.I think he chose to stay with me because I give him everything to make him happy-a quiet house (no screaming, grabby, rough little kids-like my neigbours!), he gets a good variety of wet and dry food, proper vet care, and lots and lots of cuddles and play! He is sort of a light goldish color, with light brown ears,which are not typically large,beautiful blue eyes. he's missing some hair between his ears on top across his head,and also almost bald on both sides just foward of his ears, I see thats common tho, and may be genetic.He is very intelligent, very obediant, and loves water! right now as I type this he is sleeping in front of me on a rug under a lamp, and very content I think!

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  • ray - 2015-02-15
    A Cornish Rex must be the ugliest horrible looking cat I have ever seen. who cares about their nature which appears to me as nothing out of the ordinary. Hardly adorable with a face that puts the creeps into you. Should be 'drowned at birth'. Bloody horrible.
  • Clarice Brough - 2015-02-15
    I think these cats are very unique, and I'm glad you've got such a great home for Tommy. Of course there's people like the fellow above, who seem to have a hard time finding the beauty in life's diversity:) But don't take such naysaying to heart, you are very lucky to have such a rich experience as keeping this cat.
  • J - 2015-03-01
    Ray, you're obviously one of those men who surf the internet to find things to make hateful comments about to compensate for your low self esteem due to your tiny reproductive organ. You clearly have no interest in cats or Cornish Rex
  • kat - 2016-12-30
    Ray, speaking of being drowned at birth, it's too bad that didn't happen to you!
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Lana Marie - 2016-06-17
My Devon Mimi is such a sweetheart!

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