Devon Rex KatzeThe Devon Rex Cat
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Devon Rex Cat's story begins in an empty pewter mine in Buckfastleigh, Devon, England. 1960 a wild tomcat with a curled fur was paired with a tortoise shell and a walker adopted by Beryl Cox. The kitten of this kitten combination was a black/brown dog with a fur like his wild tomcat.
and called it Kirlee. Knowing Kallibunker (the first Cornish Rex) and the work to conserve this new gen, she contacted Brian Sterling-Webb and thought Kirlee could help with this work. However, it turned out that the Kirlee's curled fur was different from that of the Kalli bunker.
A closer look revealed a number of discrepancies in the fur between Kirlee and the Cornish Rex. Callibunker had curly and curly Whiskers, but the Devon genes led to absent or stumpy Whirr. The Kirlee had narrow locks, but not as regulated as the Kallibunker, which gave the kitty a wind-whipped-look.
The growers wanted to preserve the Devone gen in the same way as the Cornich gen. Genes 1 and Devon-Gen 2 are the same. Today Kirlee is considered the founder of the race and all pure-bred Devon Rex can return their pedigree to him.
Devon Rex is a loving and smart race. Appears in all colors and furs.
Transport of Malassezia S. p. yeast in Cornish Rex, Devon Rex and domestic cats: a cross-sectional study - Cond - 2008 - Veterinarian Dermology
I' m Ross Bond, e-mail: The transport of Malassezia spp. yeast in Cornish Rex CRC and Devon Rex (DRC) and Domestic short-haired (DSH) females was evaluated. The Malassezia strains were colonized from 90% of the German Red Cross, but only from 39% of the CRC and 50% of the DSH males.
121 of 141 Malassezia swisspp. 5 CSC were colonised by M. paachydermatis alone, one CSC resulted in M. naï¿? and one female only M. naï¿?ï¿?, while five CSC were colonised by M. pãchydermatis and M. naï? and another resulted in M. paa?
While M. mana was mainly insulated from the auditory meatus, M. soniae was most often insulated from the heel. The frequency of isolating and the size of the M. dachydermatis colonies at all CRC locations were similar to those of 10 normal DSH males. Colonizations of M. pychydermatis in the lefthand armpit and the lefthand and right groin in the CRC were significantly lower than in a group of 21 normal DRC, a race with very similar skin properties but susceptible to Seborrhoeic Eczema by M. Pychydermatis.
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Dermatology Clinic Ross Bond, Surface vet mycosis, 28, 2, (226), (2010). S. Neji, H. Sellami und A. Ayadi, Les yeures du genus Malassezia: pathology, environment of isolation and identification, Journal of Mycology, 20, 1, (53), (2010). Felippo de Bellis, Gemma Castellá, F. Javier Cabañes and Ross Bond, Lack of genetic sequencing variety of the Malassezia 1 intergenic space division of Malassezia incanaisolates of the cat, Mycology, 48, 2, (427), (2010).
The mycobias of the sphynx are Andrea V. Volk, Clare E. Belyavin, Katarina Varjonen, Marie-Christine Cadiergues, Kim B. Stevens and Ross Bond, Malassezia punydermatis and Mnaná, Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, 12, 12, (917), (2010).