The Devon Rex is a breed of intelligent, talleared, shorthaired cat known for their slender bodies, wavy coat, and large ears. These cats are capable of learning difficult tricks but can be hard to motivate.
In this video, we are counting down the top 10 facts about the Devon Rex cats that you might not know.
A Quick Overview: Origin: England Length: 15 to 18 inches Weight: 5 to 10 pounds Life Expectancy: 9 to 15 years
Devon’s favorite perch is right at head level, on the shoulder of his favorite person. He takes a lively interest in everything that is going on and refuses to be left out of any activity. Count on him to stay as close to you as possible, occasionally communicating his opinions in a quiet voice. He loves people and welcomes the attention of friends and family alike.
This is a smart cat with a moderate activity level. He’s not in constant motion, but he does like to learn tricks and play fetch. Puzzle toys and interactive toys are a delight to his inventive brain and will help to keep him occupied while you are out earning money to buy more of them.
At mealtime, the Devon will try to seat himself at the dining room table with the rest of the family, sure that the food you have prepared is just for him. He likes to eat and will snack himself into a few extra pounds if you don’t carefully monitor his food intake.
Under the covers is his preferred place to sleep. Like a heatseeking missile, he targets the warmest spots he can find. Choose a Devon if you will enjoy the company of a mischievous, agile cat and won’t be alarmed to see him peering down at you from the top of a door, plotting the trajectory to your shoulder.
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