Japanese Bobtail is a breed of domestic cat with an unusual bobtail more closely resembling the tail of a rabbit than that of other cats. The variety is native to Japan and Southeast Asia, though it is now found throughout the world.
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In this video, we are counting down the top 10 facts about the Japanese Bobtail that you might not know.
A Quick Overview: Origin: China and Japan Height: 8 to 9 inches Weight: 6 to 10 pounds Life Expectancy: 9 to 15 years
The Japanese Bobtail is playful and smart. He will relish the challenge of a rotating assortment of puzzle toys or the fun of chasing a lure on a fishing pole toy. He is very good at learning tricks and will even walk on a leash if he thinks it’s a fun thing to do. When you are sitting down, though, expect this friendly feline to find a place in your lap.
This is an adaptable cat who travels well, making him a good choice for boisterous families or people who enjoy an RV lifestyle. On the downside, he can be headstrong, and it’s difficult to change his mind about which things are okay to do and which ones aren’t. He is a busy cat and must have companionship—people or another Bobtail would be his first choice—but a dog will do in a pinch to keep him entertained when you are outearning the money for his food and toys. Remember that a bored Bobtail is an amazingly creative Bobtail—and not necessarily in a way that you will appreciate.
Living with a Japanese Bobtail is easy. They adapt well to a routine as long as they have some playtime and some time to cuddle with their parent. While they aren't lapcats, they want to be close to you and will sit next to you and sleep next to you in the bed. Because they can jump high, they need some perches so they can exercise. They like interactive toys such as feather teasers and will jump high to catch it.
Japanese Bobtails generally exercise enough to maintain their proper weight. They do love treats, however, whether they are cat treats or a taste of people's food, and it is easy to indulge them to the point where they have gained weight.
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