All You Ever Wanted To Know About Scottish Fold Cats
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One look at the Scottish Fold and it is pretty easy to see where he got the second half of his name. Yup, he is named after his folded ears and yes, he hails from Scotland. But, what other fun facts can we dig up about this family-friendly kitty? Stick around. Lets find out. Hi, I am Leroy and I am Rosie and this is Animal Facts. Lets get started. But, before we start, take a moment to like and subscribe for more fun, fauna facts. 10. Members of the Scottish Fold breed today can all trace their heritage back to Susie, a white female cat with unusual folded ears, who lived as a barn mouser in Scotland. Susie might have lived her life in obscurity but in 1961 a shepherd named William Ross and his wife Mary noticed her. When Susie had kittens with a local tom . . . .
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What Are The 10 Most Expensive Cat Breeds?
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Kitties are amazing! They are lovely to cuddle up to after a long day, and they can sometimes, pretty much look after themselves a lot of the time! But these breeds might take a little more work, here are 10 of the most expensive cat breeds!
10: British Shorthair Cat
This amazing looking kitty starts off our list. With a characteristic chunky body and a wide, broad face. The British Shorthair is an amazing looking cat, and with a relatively calm temperament and a playful nature, it is no wonder they are so sought after.
Supposedly the British Shorthair is one of the most ancient breeds of cats known, most likely dating all the way back to the 1st century AD. And it is thought to have been brought to Great Britain from Egypt by the Romans surprisingly! This compact, cute little kitty . . . .
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Lots Of Great Information About The Hungarian Vizsla Dog Breed
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They love people. They love children particularly. And they will actually get on with any creature which will get on with them. Often people may have a very old cat who is really crotchety with the entire world. Well a Vizsla like to believe the whole world wants to play with it, and it will just keep on coming. They want to please you, they want to work with you and they are a very biddable dog. Its a word in gundogs that is used a lot - but it means they just want to co-operate and do all we can to please you. Thats the Vizsla temperament. Obviously - Hungarian Vizsla - comes from Hungary. The Vizsla part is very simple - essential it is "Pointer". So if you think of Hungarian Pointer. And in Hungary they are often referred to as the Yellow Hound. A stunning looking dog . . . .
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Essential Information About The Rough Collie Dog Breed
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Do you have a Rough Collie or are thinking about getting one soon? Are you curious to learn more about this breed? Here are 10 facts you should know about the Rough Collie.
As seen in the popular 1950s television series Lassie and the later movies, the Rough Collie was originally used primarily as a herding dog. A native of Scotland, Collies are gentle, loyal and intelligent. Rough and Smooth Collies are differentiated by the length of their coat: a Rough Collie has an outer coat of long fur, while the Smooth Collie has an outer coat of short fur.
With the exception of the long-coated fur, most of the following traits also apply to the Smooth Collie. Color. There are 4 colors in a Collie: sable (think of Lassie), tricolor, black with white markings and tan shading, blue merle (silvery blue and black . . . .
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