The Lambkin cat breed is arguably one of the most adorable dwarf breeds out there, but chances are, you’ve never heard of it. Although making more and more appearances in social media channels like Instagram, the Lambkin cat is actually rather unknown.
In this video, we are counting down the top 10 facts about the Lambkin cats that you might not know.
A Quick Overview: Origin: England Height: 7 to 8 inches Weight: 5 to 9 pounds Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years
The Lambkin is cute as a button on the inside as well as the outside. They’re practically made out of stardust and rainbows so let’s take a look at this adorable little breed on both fronts. Lambkins are cuddle bugs This sweet breed is known for its docile, gentle, calm demeanor as well as their unending affection. Their warm, tolerant personality accepts affection in any form from humans to other cats and even dogs.
Lambkin cats resemble stuffed toys with their fluffy coats and short legs. They are really very friendly felines, just like their Selkirk Rex and Munchkin ancestors. Lambkins can have either short or long hair, in any color combination or pattern. They’re easy to care for, and these peopleoriented cats fit into any home situation, including apartments. Lambkin cats should be screened for orthopedic and a few other health issues.
Lambkin cats get along well with kids, as well, making them an easy addition to any family. Given this cat’s high energy level, lots of toys and lots of one on one time are recommended. Don’t be surprised if your Lambkin becomes the best TV buddy you’ve ever had.
Because the Lambkin is a crossbreed it is, again, important for us to look at the personalities of its parent breeds. The Munchkin and Selkirk Rex breeds are quite similar, so can give us a pretty accurate idea of the type of personality the Lambkin will have. It will be a mixture of the two.
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