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New Cat Breeds For Certain People

We live in an ever-changing world. With so many products marketed to people with specific interests, perhaps we will begin to see new cat breeds developed. For instance, how about if we bred together two breeds of cats to produce a designer kitty just for certain people? What might we come up with?

Manx + Scottish Fold = a new breed called a Manifold... a cat especially for car lovers.

Himalayan + Tonkinese = Honk…  a cat breed for car owners in a hurry.

An Oriental + Ragdoll = Oriental Doll... to produce a cat breed that does Tai Chi.

American Bobtail + Pixie-Bob = Bob-Bob… a cat breed especially for people who enjoy Deja Vu.

Himalayan + Birman = Him-Man… a cat for guys with lots of testosterone.

Pixie Bob + La Perm = Pixie Perm… a cat breed for the hair stylist that specializes in the short and curly hairdos.

La Perm + Munchkin = Lunch… To produce a cat breed especially for hungry people.

Himalayan and a Devon Rex = a Hex…  a cat breed especially for witches.

Turkish Van and Maine Coon = Toon… a cat for lovers of animated TV shows.

Norwegian Forest cat and a Somali = a Normali… To produce a cat breed for the average person.

Chartreux + Birman = Charman… a cat breed for people who like to squeeze things.

And finally…

A Selkirk + Cornish Rex = Sex… a cat breed especially for… well, you know who it is for :-).

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*Author Stephen Baker (animal behaviorist)

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