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One of my devon rexes has weirdly long fur for her breed. It's still really curly and soft, but she looks like a little sheep cat. Do you know how/why it happens?
👀 can I see?
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beautiful lamb! she’s simply longhaired :) the gene for long fur is recessive, meaning it can hide away unnoticed in breeds that are supposed to be shorthaired until suddenly emerging in a kitten. this happens every now & then in the Bengal breed too, resulting the most beautiful cats known to humanity
Psst, longhaired Bengals are a thing. Their breed name is Cashmere.
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Nothing really new no and I don’t really expect there to be much new information very soon. Heterozygous breeding is continuing at the moment as expected without any issues and more blue eyed cats are being introduced into other breeds/breeding programs like Munchkins, Maine Coons and I think Norwegian Forest Cats.
However on a sidenote an Australian cat breeder (maryvalleycattery.com) who imported one of these cats this year to introduce the blue eyed gene to his cattery by chance found another cat with very intense blue eyes and independant coat colour in Australia, which has produced blue eyed kittens as well.
He is currently hoping to find out if it is the same gene as the Russian Altai or a new blue eyed gene altogether, which would be quite exciting. Especially since there is a possibility that homozygous kittens from this (potentially) new line won’t display health concerns like the Ojos Azules did before or the increased risk of deafness when 2 blue eyed high white Topaz cats are being mated.
For anyone who wants to look up some more about this new breed/gene you can have a look at this post I made a while back:
Anonymous said: Silver Maine coons?
Don’t forget to send in your Mixed Monday requests for next week! <3 If you already sent one, it will stay in the pool for one of the next posts. You can also send more than one if you like (gives me more time to research).
Thanks guys, keep it coming! :D
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