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50-pictures-with-somali-cats-one-of-the-smartest-breed

The Somali cat comes from Somalia, as its name suggests, following a mutation. It is an extremely curious animal, loyal by nature, with an active life. Because of the long fur it has, it needs to be brushed daily.


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It first appeared in the United States, where a breeder mated two long-haired cats to breed them, and several years later, the Somali cat breed is obtained.


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Since 1979, the Somali breed has been recognized in the United States and in 1982 by the F.I.Fe. It is very attractive in terms of very beautiful, thick fur. It has a round head, with ears located at the base of the skull. They have large, almond-shaped eyes and can have different colors: green, gold, amber.


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She is highly regarded because she is extremely affectionate and very energetic at the same time. It has a pretty loud meow, but it is a pleasant one even when the cat is in the heat. It is an analytical and curious animal. patient and at the same time cunning.


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It does not tolerate low temperatures and experts warn that Somali cat owners must provide them with a constant temperature. It needs space to move, but it also resists very well in apartments. She is very nice by nature, she has a fine and pleasant voice, who does not like too small spaces.


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She is very smart and will immediately learn to open your drawers to rummage through them. It is the ideal company for single people.


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The Somali cat is a healthy animal with no breed-specific genetic diseases. He has a life expectancy of 11-12 years and the reasons that lead to the cessation of life come from the heart or kidney problems that he develops throughout his life, because they too cannot live as long as the world. They are not pretentious animals and specialists have little advice for such an animal:


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- brush the fur daily. It will not be difficult at all, you can do it with your fingers. It has an important role in order to obtain a fine appearance but also plays - an extremely important role in the well-being of the animal;

- keep it in an airy space, where it does not feel closed;

- perform regular medical check-ups.


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50-pictures-that-proove-that-scottish-fold-are-the-most-adorable-cats-ever

Scottish Fold is a rare breed of domestic cat with a genetic mutation that affects their cartilage and gives their ears a folded / bent appearance. This cat is a controversial topic for some people, because the mutation that makes it adorable, makes it even more susceptible to certain joint diseases. This breed of cat is popular not only because of its physical features, but also because of their loving and gentle character.


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Scottish Fold first appeared in 1961 in a barn in Perthshire, Scotland. At birth, the cat had bent / folded ears, and after having puppies, two of them had the same characteristic as their mother. A nursing program began in 1966 that resulted in 76 kittens, 42 had folded ears, and 34 had straight ears. Scottish fold puppies will be born with straight ears, and in about 21 days they will bend.


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Scottish Fold cats, whether with folded ears or straight ears, are benevolent, playful and get along well with humans and animals in the environment in which they live. There are affectionate cats that attach to caregivers, they become depressed when left alone. This breed of cat is intelligent, but also stubborn. He prefers to be outdoors.


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Scottish Fold cat fur can be long or short and can have almost any color combination (including white). Short-haired cats have thick, soft fur, and long-haired cats have extremely dense fur around their ears, tails, cheekbones and fingers.


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During spring and autumn they lose a lot of hair. It is good to brush them several times a week, to check the teeth and ears, which can get dirty more than other cats and can result in infections. It is recommended to be careful with their diet because some can gain weight if they do not have a balanced diet.


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Scottish Fold cats should be fed a combination of dry food and wet food. A diet with premium or super premium food can have a positive impact on your cat's health and well-being. We need to feed them a complete and balanced meal, served in an established schedule so that they do not gain weight.


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Somali Cats

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Funny Scottish Fold

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the-cat-plays-the-piano-every-time-he-wants-to-eat-and-as-you-understand-the-music-sounds-endlessly

Meet Winslow, the adorable 7-year-old cat who just recently became famous on the Internet.

He lives with his owner Kate Nix, who taught the pet a fun trick.


Kate Nix is ​​a musician herself, and she explained that she bought the piano on eBay when she was in high school. Soon, Winslow also began to take an interest in the piano, hitting keys and trying to figure out where the hell the sound was coming from.



Every time her striped buddy is hungry, he taps the keys of a miniature piano with his foot.

As it turned out, Winslow was taught to play the piano when he is hungry, he begins to scream heart-rendingly at the whole apartment. Agree that a piano sounds nicer than a cat's screams.


Of course, it's great when the cat tells you that it's time to eat. But only not in the case when he starts strumming on the piano an hour after each meal.



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