Domestic Medium Hair


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Cole, the Domestic Medium Hair
Vital Statistics:
Place of Origin: United States
Coat Type: double, very thick
Color: all colors & patterns of cat
Temperament: variable, can be good with children & other pets

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This large, intelligent cat's ancestors made their way to America via the Mayflower and the help of the Pilgrims.

Where does the Domestic Medium Hair come from?

The Mayflower Pilgrims brought the first cats to America. These cats provided the base for many different breeds of cat. Breeding with different types of cat has resulted in the Domestic Medium Hair. The Domestic Medium Hair is related to the American Short Hair and the Domestic Long Hair.

What does the Domestic Medium Hair look like?

The Domestic Medium Hair weighs between 11-22 lbs., with males being the heavier. The coat is double and very thick. Colors are all colors and patterns of cat. The coat should be brushed several times a week.

Do Domestic Medium Hairs make good pets?

Domestic Medium Hairs are good pets, but due to random breeding, their personalities are varied. They are curious and intelligent. Some are affectionate. Some are vocal and some are quiet. They can be friendly and docile or independent. Some are good with children and other pets.

Possible Health Issues

No specific health concerns.