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Selena

Cornish Rex

Overall satisfaction

4.75/5

Acquired: Other (stray, given cat by friend etc.)

Gender: Female

Appearance

4/5

Intelligence

3/5

Friendly with owners

5/5

Good with dogs

3/5

ActivityLevel

5/5

Appropriate vocalization

2/5

Playfulness

5/5

Healthiness

4/5

Easy to groom

4/5

Need for attention

4/5

MY SUPER CORNISH REX CAT

By

12121, Kenya

Posted Apr 23, 2015

I was given my Cornish Rex cat as a gift by my best friend and i named her Selena. She was barely three months and i had to feed her and care for her every time and that is how i am much attached with her now. She is brownish with dark patches and the looks are extra ordinary. I have come to learn that Cornish Rex cats are the best breed to have. They have short coat length which makes them so soft to touch and be with even when sleeping. The long slender appearance of the body makes them very distinctive and the best cat i have ever owned.
Selena is very playful and you cant afford to miss how playful she is, when you place a remote controlled toy and run it, she has skills of jumping and dancing that cheers you up and OMG they can move you. Cornish Rex are very sensitive and Meows whenever unsafe or runs to you and you will know something is not right. For me she acts more of a dog and this is extraordinary i tell you. When it come to feeding you just enjoy because they are very active when it comes to meal time you wont find problems as they are not that allergic like the other cats and are very hygienic if you train them well.
There are some difficulties you will experience when it comes to Cornish Rex, you will have to regularly check for wax in their ears and remove it to make them very comfortable and i tell you if you don't he/she will be dull and you may think she/he is falling sick. Another thing is that their claws are fond of clipping together making them inactive and noisy, hence should be checked frequently and i tell you it is a little bit scary because they are in pain and if you are careless they might scratch you. But the best part if you are caring and checking them most of the time you wont have this problem. But despite of this i tell this is the best breed i have experienced in raring cats and i love them.

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