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Devon Rex Breeders

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The typical Devon is active, mischievous, playful, and people-oriented.

They have been described "a monkey in a cat suit". They are high-jumpers and will try to occupy any space large enough to admit them. With this trait, they are often found in odd nooks and crannies of a cupboard, shelf, or laundry basket. They prefer to be in high places and will go to great lengths to get to the highest spot in a room.

Another common trait is their show of affection: they have a particular penchant for being close to the head or neck of their human companions and often perch on shoulders or nestle into the cranny created by the neck and shoulder.  Most Devons have one person to whom they devote their love, and on whom they will most often curl up on. They like to playfully nip, and love to play throughout their lives.

They are a very intelligent breed.  The typical Devon Rex can be trained to walk on a leash, fetch or perform all manner of tricks usually associated with canines, like jump, heel and tag to name a few.

Cattery

Contact Name

Contact No

Website

Kittens Available

Fancy Face

PC & H Bekker

084 602 1263

   

Hyomi

Paula Pires

083 525 2167

   

My Kiska

Tetyana Forward

083 271 3765

   
Ramesses

Daniel Mostert

076 720 0598

   

Sanuk

Dina Freitas

011-763 1399

   

Soulmates

Marilyn Schramm & Cheryl Moss

011-965 0690

   

Special Additions

 Michelle Moorhouse

076 071 9041

   

Taldi

Johan Groenewald & Ian Taylor

041 3682948

   

Wide Skies

Russel Spargo

082 771 3895

   

Yenta

Lauren Pearce

082 743 1767

   

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Breed information from Wikipedia.org under Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

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