KURILIAN BOBTAIL ❤️

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History The Kurilian Bobtail is a cat breed (or breed group, depending on the registry) native to the Russian Kuril Islands, Sakhalin Island, and the Kamchatka Peninsula. The original short-haired variant is a natural breed, known in the islands for over 200 years. As selectively bred pets, they were popular in the Soviet Union and, to some extent, other parts of Europe, especially for their rodent-hunting abilities. Although perhaps closely related to the Japanese Bobtail – both share the same type of short, coiled tail – which is slimmer, more angular and less plump. General Appearance The Kurilian Bobtail has a dense coat, massive size, and a short, curled tail. All this is indicative of the origin of the breed: living in the steppe, on the cold mountains and in the woods, evolution ensured that these cats did not have excessive heat dissipation, ending up with progressively 'losing' their tails. BREED TRAITS & CHARACTERISTICS Russia Medium-large Short hair, resistant 15-20 years Black, red, tortoise, blue, cream, silver Sociable, balanced, peaceful, playful, curious, intelligent Male: 5-7 kg / 11-15 pounds Female: 4-6 kg / 9-13 pounds It is an extremely independent cat, with a determined and strong, but not aggressive, temperament. It is suitable for living with a family, both indoors and outdoors. It loves playing with water and is a skilled hunter. Extremely affectionate and gentle, the Kurilian Bobtail is attached to its family. Rare. It gets along very well with children, dogs, and other cats. It loves cuddling even with strangers and it accepts the presence of other pets in the house. The Kurilian Bobtail's coat is easy to manage and brushing it a couple of times a week will suffice. Only in spring, during the short but intense moulting period, will it require some more care. Its wild nature and innate curiosity make it an exceptional explorer and an irrepressible hunter, in need of venting in the open air. They love water Hypoallergenic: No. PRODUCTS MAINTENANCE SEASON CHANGE TREATMENT

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