Breed Review: Devon Rex (18 Pics)

#7 The notorious feline independence rested on the Devons, so do not be surprised if the pet not only occupies your knees with enviable consistency, but also persistently tries to hang on your shoulders.

In a similar way, animals try to express their sympathy, which they do not always know how to dose. But with fantasy and ingenuity, the Devons are more than good. If the cat was given to understand that their mimicry is temporarily not needed, she can easily come up with another activity. For example, he will start playing with the first object that turns up under his paw or "dive" from the closet onto the bed until he gets bored. Exploring the drawers of the dresser, the contents of the laundry basket, or the drum of the washing machine are also quite popular quests among the Devons, so it is highly undesirable to leave the mustachioed "Martian" unattended for a long time. And the point here is not so much a jerk that a bored pet can arrange, but rather the fact that the representatives of this breed do not know how to cope with loneliness. Deprived of the opportunity to constantly contact the owner, they get nervous, withdrawn into themselves, which greatly spoils their character.

#8 Devon Rex cats are absolutely not jealous cats

gladly accepting any four-legged creature into their company, although some breeders are of the opinion that it is not worth settling two "newcomers" in one apartment since the animals will have to compete for the master's attention. Another interesting in all respects character trait of the Devonian Rex is their talkativeness. The eared prankster will purr, purr in every way, or meow invitingly in any scenario, so accept this feature as a fact, or suppress the desire to have a representative of this breed.

#9 Devon Rex are great clever people who willingly join the learning process and grasp new knowledge on the fly, especially if it is presented in an engaging way.

Take advantage of the animal's addiction to play and teach him how to pick up toys and other small items. Believe me, in servility, "elves" are almost as good as dogs, and in some tricks, they even leave them behind.

Alice White

Written by Alice White

Alice White, a devoted pet lover and writer, has turned her boundless affection for animals into a fulfilling career. Originally dreaming of wildlife, her limited scientific background led her to specialize in animal literature. Now she happily spends her days researching and writing about various creatures, living her dream.

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