Saturday, December 10, 2011

Cornish Rex Picture

Cornish Rex - Photograph copyright Helmi Flick

A startling cat picture of the Cornish Rex purebred cat by the celebrated American professional cat photographer, Helmi Flick. This photograph would have been taken in America, perhaps at a cat show. This is not the sort of domestic cat that we are used to seeing. One of the Rex cats, the coat has a wavy, tight texture as you can see. The first Cornish Rex, Kallibunker, was born in the county of Cornwall in England in 1950. His mother was Serena. The town: Bodmin. This is a greyhound-like cat that is said to be acrobatic! A relatively rare cat breed. They come in a wide range of coat types and colors. The cat above is a black and white bicolor. Click here to see a comparison between the Cornish, the Devon and Selkirk Rex cats and here to read and see more about this designer cat. As for most purebred cats, the Selkirk Rex has been selectively breed to emphasize the physical characteristics of the founding cat.

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