On Fri 19 Jul 2002 12:41, Wynne, Conor wrote:
> As long as it looks like the cat type Pokemon called "Persian" [It just
> looks like a siamese]
You're going to get Significant Frowns from your average cat breeder
if you say you want a cat who looks like a Pokémon.
Why is that Pokémon called "Persian", anyway - it looks nothing like a
Persian cat? It does look like a Siamese or (more likely)
Abyssinian. If you want one of these breeds, I hope you're prepared
to part with €BIGNUM; they're not cheap.
There aren't a lot of "quality" cat breeders in Ireland, and they tend
not to have many kittens for sale, so I don't know how feasible it is
to get a Siamese or Abyssinian in a hurry. "Not very", is my best
> I see the Burmese are nice but I like the pointy ears of the
Siamese *in general* aren't the friendliest of cats; they tend to be
slightly overbred and you end up with hissing maniacs as a result.
Abys tend to be nicer, and Burmese nicer still. You can be lucky with
individual cats, though.
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