There are quite a few breeds of cat which might be uncommon and exotic. These cats don’t have the standard long tail that almost all cats have. A cross between a home cat an a sevral cat, these little guys have actually unusual fur patterns. This makes their ears flop ahead, giving them their distinctive appearance. A wild-wanting cat with pointed tufts on its ears and a bushy tail, many falsely imagine that this breed is the results of matings between cats and raccoons.
While most breeds can start up to five kittens per litter, one Tonkinese mom was credited with up to 19 — the biggest number ever recorded. These cat breeds are from all over the world and you may tell by their appears to be like and character that they are not precisely the cats next door.
10 If such obvious straight-eared cats are mated with a fold, there is a 75% chance of folds (25% homozygous folds, 50% heterozygous folds) and 25% chance of straight ears. It is the result of a cross between a home cat and the serval, a medium-sized wild African cat.
Clocking in at over 30 mph, this fearless feline is the…