The Guide to Owning a Cornish Rex Cat
The fascinating history of the Cornish Rex began with one curly kitten born to a normal-coated mother on July 21, 1950, in Cornwall, England. Since that lucky genetic surprise, these delightful, friendly cats with their large ears, soft, curly coats, and petite bodies have become popular with cat lovers all over the world. The Guide to Owning a Cornish Rex Cat covers all aspects of this wonderful breed, from adopting a kitten to showing Cornish Rex cats, making this book the perfect introduction to a unique feline with loads of personality.
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HISTORY OF THE CORNISH REX
CHARACTERISTICS AND PERSONALITY
SELECTING A CORNISH REX
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