Devon Rex Cat for sale
Devon Rex Cat for sale,the Devon Rex is an an affectionate, active cat that makes it a great family pet. This interesting breed is uniquely different from most other cat breeds. Along with its pretty coat, this cat also stands out with very distinctive ears. The ears are extremely large and wide-set, giving it a “pixie” or “elfish” appearance, and thus the nickname, Pixie Cat.
The build of the Devon Rex cat has several other interesting and unique features. It has a hard and muscular, yet slender body with a broad chest. Both its tail and legs are long and slender, but the hind legs are longer than the front ones. The front legs also come out of the chest in a “bull-dog” type fashion. This very unusual combination of distinctive features has led to another, equally unusual nickname, the “Alien Cat”.
The Devon Rex Cat is a wonderful breed that requires very little maintenance. For people who are allergic to cats, this breed along with a similar breed, the Cornish Rex, are cats that are less likely than other cat breeds to cause an allergic reaction. Like the Cornish Rex, the Devon Rexes enjoy being indoors and require minimal grooming. In fact, the most grooming this cat usually needs is an occasional wiping down of its coat with a damp cloth, and washing its ears.
Both the Cornish Rex and the Devon Rex are mutation breed cats with a wavy, low allergenic type coat, but they each have a different gene that’s responsible for their curly coats. Their coats are also slightly different in looks. The Devon Rex is a loving, social cat, especially with people. In general, it is friendly with dogs, other cats, and even rodents, but it enjoys being with people the most. They are gentle cats that are good playmates for cat-friendly children. The Devon Rexes are active and playful, but not as much as the Cornish Rex. Unlike some breeds, this breed does not need time to itself. It enjoys being around people most of the time.
Personality of Devon Rex Cat
Devons are fondly described as “little terrors”, and “monkeys in cats’ clothing” whose antics include swinging from the curtains and climbing the wallpaper! These lively and extrovert cats seem to be born comedians. They have several ‘dog-like’ qualities, such as a fondness for fetching toys, and can be trained to walk on a harness and lead. They are very gentle and loving cats, and hate to be bored or alone.
Visitors to the house may be surprised to find that they are thoroughly investigated by a nosy Devon Rex before they have a chance to sit down.
The cat will respond well to cat-loving guests and will snuggle up to them. However Rexes are not lap cats and will soon be off and attempting to get the visitor to dangle and throw its toys. Lots of things to play with and climb on should be provided for this cat, and multilevel scratching posts will be much appreciated for the opportunities they present. If you are looking for a cat that will really value your attention, and you have the time to give it the attention it deserves, then a Rex may be the cat for you.
These playful pets do great with older children, other pets, and frequent guests to socialize with. Because they crave attention so much, they don’t do well if left alone very much. Busy families or owners who are frequently out of the house would leave their Devon rex feeling lonely. If you have to be on the road a lot, the Devon rex is a good traveler who much prefers road tripping with you to waiting at home.
The Devon is a jumper, so cat trees and perches should be provided for exercise. However, she also loves food so her nutrition must be carefully controlled.
Devons like a warm place in the sun and should be provided with areas of warmth in the winter. They should never be brushed because their fur is so fragile. Being rubbed gently with a cloth will keep them nicely groomed.