With the largest gene pool of any of the cat breeds, Orientals come in more than 300 different combinations of colors and coat lengths! Playtime and socialization are especially important for these intelligent, talkative cats. Orientals will go in search of stashed toys when theyre ready to play. Pick up this title about active Orientals for cat-loving kids!
Devon Rexes are the ultimate cat companions. They will eat what you eat and go where you go! Devons like to perch on the shoulders of their owners and use their large ears and eyes to keep track of everyone in the house. Learn more about this curly-haired cat breed in this title for young learners!
Egyptian Maus have retained enchanting traits from their ancient ancestors. They are the only breed with natural spots, can run up to 30 miles per hour, and live to protect their territoryespecially their one favorite person! Dash into the lives of Egyptian Maus in this title for beginning readers.
Mild-mannered and loving, the Exotic breed is much like its Persian ancestor but requires less grooming! Unlike more high-spirited felines, Exotics wait patiently on their owners for food, affection, and playtime. Young readers will delight in this book, discovering the special traits of Exotics.
One of the most ancient cat breeds still popular today is the Manx. Manx cats are tailless, sociable, and strong, originating from an island off the coast of Britain. Due to their oceanside beginnings, these felines sometimes play in the kitchen sink! Investigate the lives of these quirky cats in this title for early readers.
Not only are the ears of Scottish Folds smaller than ears of other breedsthey fold down flat on the cats heads! Scottish Folds have personalities as soft as their bodies. They bond closely with family members and savor every cuddle. Nestle up with Scottish Folds in this beginner read for students.
Cornish rexes are the curly-coated supermodels of the cat world. Long, graceful, and poised, it is true that brains come along with their beauty, too! They are interactive with their owners and don’t like to be left alone for long. Cat-loving readers will enjoy learning about the quirks and antics of Cornish rexes!