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cube

Cool beans. Fascinating post. Does the hair of the Selkirk Rex keep growing like that of a poodle?

Jan

From what I have read, the fur sheds a lot so it doesn't seem to have the Poodle coat, just the curls. I'm trying to imagine grooming a cat every few weeks. Ouch.

 It is not recommended as a pet for allergic people.

Jodi

I really want a puppy brother. No interest in a poodle cat, but if you find a puppy brother, please let me know.

Jackie Bouchard

Oh, so cute! But, yes, grooming a cat sounds like a difficult job!

Linda

Love the poodle cat!!!

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Karen Friesecke

Shouldn't it be called the Montana Rex since that's where the first kitten came from?

MelFr

I just read about these earlier this week! I had never heard of them before. I also didn't know they had become a new cat breed. How interesting. It makes you wonder how many dog breeds started out as genetic mutations.

cube

Jodi: First you must get yourself a Change-O machine :-)

Sherry in MT

Oh those Montana people!

yellowdoggranny

wow

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