Devon Care

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Boys vs Girls

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Our Boys

Rex Breeds Compared

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Kotickee Cattery
Offering the
DEVON REX
Curly-coated, loving comedians,
PLUS they're nonshedding and
guaranteed HYPOALLERGENIC!

 

 

 

 

 

 

  CFA Grand Champion

National Winner, Regional Winner, National Breed Winner

Distinguished Merit Winner

KOTICKEE'S RASSY SASSOUL

 

First All Breed National Winning Devon Rex

~ she is one very special little girl

who has contributed greatly to the breed ~

 

 

 

 

Ribbon Kitten Availability June 2014

 

                                                                Ribbon   Retired Spayed Girls

 

 

 "Ambrosia"  a retired spayed girl helping with dinner preparations at the Lange household !!!

 

 CFA Grand Champion, Regional Winner, National Breed Winner

GC RW KOTICKEE'S GOT THE LOOK

5th Best Cat in Gulf Shore Region, 2004/2005

2nd Best Devon Rex Nationally, 2004/2005

 

OH, THAT COAT!

THOSE EARS!

The Devon has a soft, downy coats with waves as if he had just stepped out of a hair styling salon. There are no hard guard hairs, just velvety, short undercoat. It gives a most extraordinary appearance One can truly appreciate this unique coat once he has had an opportunity to feel the velvety soft texture. It is something you'll not soon forget.

B&W Devon The Devon's ears are astoundingly large. They are wide at the base and set low on the head. The head is short and wide. The entire picture is elfin or pixie-like. Many Devon are named for movie characters from E.T. or the Gremlins because of their caricature appearances.

...AND WITH PERSONALITY TO SPARE

The Devon is intelligent, playful and truly a people cat. It was said that Kirlee, the first recorded Devon, could walk a tightrope. They become part of your family effortlessly and will steal your heart completely away.
 

 

HYPOALLERGENIC?

No one seems to know exactly what causes some people to be allergic to cats. Many of those individuals with allergic problems can tolerate a rex while they cannot a normal coated cat. There may be some factors in the unusual coat quality of the Devon which allows this to be the case. More and more people with allergy problems are turning to the Devon Rex with great satisfaction.

NONSHEDDING?

All living creatures with hair will lose this from time to time as it is replaced with new. The Devon is no exception. However, because of the character of the hair - soft and fine with no hard, long guard hairs, the results are minimal. Those individuals with a love for cats, but a strong distaste for cat hair left behind have reached a workable compromise with the Devon Rex.
 

Ribbon     CARE & MAINTENANCE INFORMATION

 

For More Information Contact
Dr. Shally Carlson-Trautwein
817-751-2158 or E-Mail
 
 
 

HISTORY OF THE DEVON REX

The year was 1960 in Buckfastleigh, Devon, England. A brownish-black male kitten was born with curls over his body and the softest of coats. He was the only one in his litter with this unusual coat and his owner, Mrs. Cox, named him Kirlee. He later became known as the first Devon Rex on record.

When Kirlee's potential was realized, he and his offspring were bred to other cats to establish a strong gene pool. Color and physical appearance were standardized. The unique coat quality proved to be a recessive gene which continued to breed true. The GCCF soon recognized the mutation and Devon Rex was on its way. They have become extremely popular in Europe today. Australia and New Zealand have begun breeding programs as have South Africa and Colombia.

The first breeding program in the United States began in 1968 in Texas. The Whites of Anglo-Tex Cattery imported the first Devon Rex from England. They continue to work with the breed and with their dedicated years of effort have help make the Devon what it is today. The Devon Rex in our country owes a great deal to these loyal pioneer breeders.

 

 

 

 

 
   
   

 

 

 

   

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