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Cat Breed Description

The Cornish Rex cat breed is known for its soft, wavy, curly hair; even the whiskers curl. Its coat feels like crushed velvet to the touch. They have slender, racy bodies.

The Cornish Rex breed is a potential choice for a minority people who are allergic to cats. While no naturally bred cat can be truly hypoallergenic, Cornish Rex (and Devon Rex) do not aggravate allergies in some people with cat allergies. Allergic people are encouraged to visit a breeder to determine their own tolerance for the breed.




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