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Latest tweets from Pudel Katze (@pudel cat). Are you looking for the ideal poodle cat Cat Design children's clothing & accessories to express yourself? The German cat breeder Dr. Rosemarie Wolf Devon crossed Rex cats with folded ears across the Atlantic to produce the poodle cat. Devon Rex has produced another breed called Poodle Cat or Poodle Cat.

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I' ve also been able to go back to the first mention of a lured kitten from 1892! Curled kittens have been seen in Europe and America from there. Curled rabbits are known as Rexes after the Rex style of rabbits. It was therefore used retroactively on early frizzy females that became extinct within a unique breed because a transgenic genes was hiding again.

The" Thibet"-cat importet by Mrs. Mclaren Morrison seems to be the oldest representation of a rex-coated (curly coated) cats. Owned by Mrs. D. M. Morrison, this pet is dark, with a coat more like hair than hair. "London Evening Standard, 19 October 1892.

Of the curios at the Crystal Palace Cat Show, â??Lamaâ?, introduced by Mrs. D. Morrison from Tibet, is the first of its kind in this area. He is a rusted dark-skinned, not unlike an Airedale-Terrier. "South Wales Daily New, 20 October 1892.

"Thibetan cats, never shown before, are a nosy and nosy little beast with a wooly skin, different from the long, silken haired British cats, like a Negro cats from a contemporary belle ?s". "Exeter and Plymouth Gazette, October 20, 1892. It' dark and its hides are more like cotton than a cat's hides.

" {\a6}(Nottinghamshire Guardian, October 22, 1892). He was a long and slender being with a grayish, blackened fur, whose speciality was that it was only the structure of the iron fries. "Herald, October 22, 1892. It was a small, deep, schist colored piece with curled or curled coats, similar to the nigger's shag.

" London News, 22 October 1892). Mclaren Morrison lived in Kepwick Park, Northallerton and Imports and collects uncommon animals. In Königsburg (Kaliningrad), East Prussia, a lured female was found in the early 1930s, which is now known as the Prussian Rex. Under the name "Munk" (or "Kater Munk") his name was associated with the first Rex queen of Germany, which came out in 1946.

She was the descendant of a blue chocolate Angora cross ("tobacco colour"). Either one or two other curled kittens were in the cast, but they were neutered. It is said that Munk bred free with native kittens until his passing in 1944/5, but he did not leave any known descendants and there was no effort to raise him in a controled way.

An other Rex guy, known as the Karakul cat, also showed up in the USA in the 1930'. Although a first, in both cases the feature was never set up as a race. The perhaps oldest Rex strain that has been cultivated (in contrast to the breed) is a wavy Russican strain that was found in the Central Alps since the Second World War, but was only recognized as a race in 1991.

Ural Rex has a curled fur of either long or middle length, the structure is powerful and well-built. Half-longhaired with a loose fur, but less well-loved. Its long tradition makes it the first native race in Russia. And in 1953 a lured mary Medderman from Plainsville, Ohio, was bred.

Toni, this kitten passed away at the age of 10 month from an infectious disease, but 3 other lured kitties were borne by the same family. Unfortunately Miss Hedderman could not go on with the breed, but she provided the English genetician A C Jude with color transparencies of the males.

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