Exotic shorthair

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Exotic shorthair

a cat breed derived from crossing American shorthair cats with Persians. It closely resembles the Persian ancestors, with small ears, large round eyes, and a short nose. It has a medium-length coat in many different colors.
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The exotic cat project has also been working on the number of sightings and visitors in large game reserves to discover whether the number of sightings here in Wales are justifiable.
Alaric Smith, a zoologist with the Exotic Cats Project, which is compiling a database of all sightings in Wales, said the team received reports of between three and 10 sightings a month.
facility housing this exotic cat species, Felis sylvestris, had failed to breed the Indian desert cat naturally.
In a letter posted to family and friends, the woman who had graduated in 2011 from Western Washington University with a bachelor's degree in ecology, evolution and biology talked about falling in love with exotic cats.
Professor Alayne Street-Perrot, part of the Exotic Cat Project that is studying these animal sightings across Wales, said there had been more than 90 sightings across South Wales in the past year.
His previous owners had to part with the exotic cat when they found their young daughter was allergic.
Using the ancient technique of enameling on metal, known as cloisonne, he crafted the piece and imbued it with rich colors that resemble exotic cat stripes.
I have visions of her sitting in a luxury mansion in full stage makeup, stroking an exotic cat while trying to come up with more and more ludicrous requests with which to test people's loyalty.
Some in the crowd dressed in tiger costumes or came with faces painted like the exotic cat.
The exotic cat was spotted from a home above a popular Moorpark shopping center about 6:15 a.
Even her favourite fashionable pet rats, Giorgio Armani and Moley, live in peace with exotic cat Tommy.
I am not an exotic cat expert, but I do have some questions.