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American Curl Cat Breed | Temperament, Shedding, Size Info
American Curl is a breed of cat characterized by its unusual ears, which curl back from the face toward the center of the back of the skull. An American Curl's ears should be handled carefully because rough handling may damage the cartilage in the ear. The breed originated in Lakewood, California, as the result of a spontaneous mutation. In June 1981, two stray kittens were found and taken in by the Ruga family. The kittens were both longhaired, one black and the other black and white. The family named them Shulamith and Panda respectively, but Panda disappeared several weeks later, making Shulamith the foundation female of the American Curl breed. | Wikipedia (American curl 2.jpg)
elderly cat care
Domestic cat, it's ears are too cute
Domestic shorthaired cat
Siberian Kittens ~ "The Siberian is a domestic cat breed that has been present in Russia for centuries". (hmm.. good to know)
Margay cat, very rare, often confused with ocelot. ---this is the only cat whose hind legs rotate 180 degrees, allowing them to run headfirst down trees.- whoa that''s crazy!
The Majestic Suburban Porch Lion
Warm Kitty -- would love to be right by his side right about now.
"One the oldest human needs is to have someone wonder where you are when you don't come home at night." --Margaret Mead
Chris Illman....I'm going to sneak up on that mouse!
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Stripes [-Kevin: PHENOMENAL use of light and shadow... even if the subject is a cat, aka a 'pawn of Satan'}
"Cats' eyes seem to be a bridge to a world beyond the one we know." --Lynn Hollyn
when i was younger, i wanted a cat but i wasn't allowed to have one, so i hid one in my room from my mom until i got caught lollll
"The reason cats climb is so they can look down on almost every other animal. It's also the reason why they hate birds." --K C Buffington