Cat Breed of the Day: Devonshire Rex

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From CatsterDevonshire Rex cats are very intelligent cats are very playful and active. They are very giving of affection, and love a lot of attention. They require virtually no grooming because of their short coats. Some people find the Devon Rex are less likely to trigger allergies. The Devon Rex does best when kept as an indoor-only cat. Remember, this breed needs plenty of attention and affection. They are known for their curly coat, which comes in all colors and patterns. Its body is slender but muscular. The head has a slight wedge shape, and the ears are large.

Do any of you out there own a Devonshire Rex?  If so we’d love to get a look at your pet.   Please send in any available pictures you might have.  And if you have any stories or videos to share we’d love to get them up here on the website.  In the meantime please enjoy this gallery of Devonshire Rex cats and kittens.  Be sure to click “next” below each pic to view them all!

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