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2 edition of Japanese bobtail cats found in the catalog.

Japanese bobtail cats

Jill C. Wheeler

Japanese bobtail cats

by Jill C. Wheeler

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Published by ABDO Pub. Co. in Minneapolis, Minnesota .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile literature,
  • Japanese bobtail cat

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index.

    StatementJill C. Wheeler
    SeriesCats
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF449.J37 W44 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25046100M
    ISBN 109781617832420
    LC Control Number2011026473

    Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Japanese Bobtail Cats as Pets: Japanese Bobtail Cat Facts & Information, Where to Buy, Health, Diet, Lifespan, Types, Breeding, Care and More! a Complete Japanese Bobtail Guide by Lolly Brown (Paperback / softback, ) at the best online prices at eBay!   The Japanese Bobtail made its way to Japan through China and Korea up to 1, years ago. It is proposed that Buddhist monks that brought the cats The Long and Short of the Japanese Bobtail Cat Breedwith them. Old Japanese writings and art mention cats with short tails.

    Japanese Bobtail. 96 likes 1 talking about this. The tail for this breed more closely resembling the tail of a rabbit than that of other cats. THE BOBTAIL IN FINE ART. The Japanese Bobtail has long been an integral part of Japanese culture and fine art. In the Setagaya suburb of Tokyo, the Gotokuji Temple, dedicated to the Maneki Neko, or beckoning cat, can be found. The Maneki Neko has long been considered a talisman of good fortune, particularly in business.

      Japanese Bobtail Breed History. One of the oldest of all the naturally occurring breeds of cat, the Japanese Bobtail is a native of Japan and first appears in written records more than a thousand years ago. It is generally accepted that the first cats of this breed helped Buddhist monks protect their rice paper scrolls from rats. Japanese Bobtail's love teaching themselves new tricks and make great family cats. Health and Care Japanese Bobtails are generally healthy cats with no major health problems associated with their breed. The average lifespan for a Japanese Bobtail is years. They can be prone to obesity so an eye needs to be kept on their weight. According.


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Japanese bobtail cats by Jill C. Wheeler Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book introduces young readers to the Japanese bobtail cat, the feline recognized by its short, fluffy tail. Engaging, easy-to-read text invites students to examine this breed's history, personality, behavior, and development. Coat characteristics, common colors, size, and care instructions are also highlighted/5(2).

Calico Japanese Bobtail Cat Mystery is a free Kindle Unlimited cozy mystery book and part of the Ronin Flash Fiction series. The ronin must solve a mystery surrounding the catnapping of a Japanese Bobtail Calico Cat. Very quick reads, so sit back and /5(5). Three of the cats were imported into the United States in By Japanese bobtail cats book, the shorthaired variety had been recognized by the Cat Fanciers Association.

The longhaired Japanese Bobtail did not achieve CFA recognition until Today the Japanese Bobtail is recognized by all North American registries. Japanese Bobtail Cat Personality Traits The Japanese Bobtail Cat is a happy, intelligent, energetic and people-oriented breed.

These cats are the happiest when surrounded by people. The Japanese Bobtail isn’t a lap cat, but does form a close bond with his owners. The Bobtail will nap close to you on the sofa and also sleep in the same bed. Japanese Bobtail Cat. likes. The Japanese Bobtail is a rare and ancient breed, found in Japan and across most of southeast Asia.

The Japanese Bobtail is a rare cat breed of cat, but still a Japanese Bobtail may end up needing rescue. Their owners may pass away, or someone in the family suddenly becomes allergic.

Of course there are those sad cases when someone abandons their bobtail, or it runs away and gets lost. Find Japanese Bobtails for Sale on Oodle Classifieds. Join millions of people using Oodle to find kittens for adoption, cat and kitten listings, and other pets adoption.

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Japanese Bobtail Rescue Information: The Japanese Bobtail is an attractive cat with a unique bobbed tail. Japanese Bobtails are very playful. Kittens mature more quickly than other breeds and are soon up and around getting into mischief. Japanese Bobtails are highly adaptable.

This breed does well with children, other pets, and traveling. Japanese Bobtail cats are considered as one of the most ancient breed of cats in the world. They have been around since A.D. and had been kept as pets in Japan for centuries. They are also called as the “beckoning” cats, which are known as cats waving with one paw that are often depicted in temples, palace walls and even use as a lucky Author: Lolly Brown.

Afterward, Japanese Bobtails became street and farm cats, and after many years of survival on Japan’s streets and farms, natural selection turned the Japanese Bobtail into a hardy, intelligent, adaptable cat.

Until quite recently, the Japanese Bobtail was considered a common working cat in its native land. The Japanese Bobtail came to North.

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Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Calico Japanese Bobtail Cat Mystery And Ivory Jade Cat Statue Mystery (Ronin Flash Author: Kristie Lynn Higgins. The Japanese Bobtail is a very fascinating cat breed that is truly unique.

It is different in that it has a tail that is bobbed to look like a rabbit's tail. This is an interesting feature in a cat breed that has been around for generations but has only recently been visible around the United States and other parts of the world/5(2).

Elizabeth Freret imported the first Japanese Bobtails to the United States in The Shorthair Japanese Bobtail was accepted for championship status infollowed by the Longhair Japanese Bobtail in Japanese Bobtails are very strong and healthy cats. They usually have litters of three to four kittens that are large for newborns.

Japanese Bobtail Kittens. JBTs usually have three or four per litter. The kittens get out bigger than other breeds. What’s more, JBT kittens become more playful explorers much sooner than the rest.

They aren’t prone to health issues and have relatively low mortality rates. The Japanese Bobtail was originally kept by people who had silkworm barns as the breed was considered invaluable thanks to their expertise in rodent control. However, the Imperial family so loved the Japanese Bobtail that the cats were granted all the privileges of the ruling classes, and were pampered and honored just like royalty.

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A Japanese Bobtail Cat is an amazing feline friend. While it’s interesting to learn about the breeding purpose of these cats, their genetics influence their health, behavior, and outward appearance. Certain behaviors make the Japanese Bobtail cats, and some of these behaviors may be rather irritating if you don’t understand them well.

The Japanese Bobtail is a breed of domestic cat with an unusual "bobbed" tail more closely resembling the tail of a rabbit than that of other cats.

The variety is native to Japan and Southeast Asia, though it is now found throughout the breed has been known in Japan for centuries, and it frequently appears in traditional folklore and art. Japanese bobtail cats. [Jill C Wheeler] -- Provides information about Japanese bobtail cats, including traits, care, and feeding.

Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jill C Wheeler. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes.Japanese Bobtail cats are considered as one of the most ancient breed of cats in the world. They have been around since A.D.

and had been kept as pets in Japan for centuries. They are also called as the "beckoning" cats, which are known as cats waving with one paw that are often depicted in. Japanese Bobtail Cat Characteristics credit: The Japanese Bobtail is a small to medium-sized cat (6 to 9 pounds) with a long, lean, narrow-chested and well muscled body.

The vestigial tail is short (about 3 inches) but curls into a corkscrew shape so .