People usually make easy Pets, but there are those who just need to keep at home something exotic and to brag about it.
For many, it is certainly a luxury.
About how much fun it can be, and what interesting animals have some people, we’ll tell you now.
The honorary first position on the “cheapness” of Pets is domestic Bengal cat. Its price starts from 800$ and can reach up to 3.000$. They are also called Leopard cats, but alas, leopards or not. Just one American Jane mill brought from vacation wild Asian cat and crossed it up with your home, a simple black cat. Little spotted kittens, and became the founders of this breed.
If You are partial to the monkey, pay attention to the Japanese rhesus monkey. It is, however, 3.500$, but how exotic! Yes and you can buy it is difficult — it is listed in the Red book, and the resolution to it all necessary – pet is problematic, in short.
Monkey is easier, but more expensive — they or Squirrel, called Squirrel monkey. In length, this exotic beauty is not more than 35 cm, and costs about 4.000$. Its main advantage is considered a long tail. They are very friendly and active, so this home potomageton not boring. Continue reading
Cats are most often associated with something light and tiny. Small graceful of beasts, curled cosy in a ball, sleeping in a small basket… But what do You say to a cat weighing 10 to 15 kilograms? Unusual, isn’t it?
Large domestic cats: myths and legends
About large pet cat goes a lot of misconceptions:
Order in the house will never be;
Lie on the breast – smother, etc.
Actually, it’s all just a delusion. Large breeds of cats differ from their smaller cousins, they are no less elegant and graceful, and certainly not more prone to destruction.
Large cat breeds: examples with Photos and names
Speaking of the larger breeds of domestic cats, primarily want to focus on Savannah is the largest domestic cat in the world! Males grow up to 60 centimeters at the withers and weigh up to 18 pounds! In its habits resemble Savannah dog: friendly, loyal, do not mind the collar and leash trainable. Continue reading