Tuesday, November 15

Facts about the Devon Rex cat

Devon Rex Cat Facts


Have you ever heard of the Devon Rex cat? It is a medium-sized cat with short curly hair, big eyes, and long ears. It is adorable. The Devon Rex comes from Devonshire, England. A woman named Beryl Cox discovered the Devon Rex sometime in the late 1950s. 

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Facts about the Devon Rex:

1. The scientific name for the Devon Rex is Felis catus. There are three types of Rex cats. Here is a list of them:

  • Devon Rex
  • Cornish Rex
  • Selkirk Rex

2. The Devon Rex cat is a Carnivore and must eat meat to be healthy.

3. You can acquire a Devon Rex cat as a household pet from a reputable dealer.

4. Devon Rex cats have a lifespan of up to 15 years.

5. A group of Devon Rex cats is called a clowder, cluster, or pounce of cats. A female Devon Rex is sometimes called a dam, molly, or queen. A male Devon Rex is called a tom or tomcat. A baby Devon Rex is called a kitten.

6. The Devon Rex can grow up to about 12 inches tall. They can weigh up to 10 pounds or more, depending on how much it eats.

7. The Devon Rex cat has many nicknames, such as the monkey in a catsuit, the pixie cat, and the alien cat.



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Facts about Devon Rex


 

 

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Books about the Devon Rex cat:

1. Devon Rex Cats by Mary Ellen Klukow

2. Devon Rex Cats by Stuart A. Kallen

 

Parents/caretakers, be sure books are child-friendly before reading them to your child/children.

 

 

Short story alert:

Once upon a time, there was a cute, short cat with big eyes, curly fur, and long ears. Her name was Devon. You see, her mother named her Devon because long ago, one of their grandparents was born in Devonshire, England. Devon would roam around the barn where they lived. One day, while pouncing around in the hay inside the barn, Devon heard a loud noise that scared her. The noise sounded like “Naaaayy”. Devon crawled slowly over to where the noise was coming from to see what it was. Once she got close enough, she stopped in her tracks, looked up with big blue eyes, and saw a giant, beautiful horse. Devon just sat there looking at the horse, and the horse was watching Devon too. The horse finally said, “Hello” to Devon, and Devon said, “Hi there, horsie.” Devon would visit the horse daily. She would pounce in the hay and climb the barn walls, and the horse would watch her play. They became the best of friends. THE END!

 

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