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Selkirk Rex

The Selkirk Rex is distinct from all other Rex breeds. Unlike the Devon Rex and Cornish Rex, the hair is of normal length and not partly missing. There are longhair and shorthair varieties. It differs from the LaPerm in that the Selkirk Rex coat is plusher and thicker. While the LaPerm gene is a simple dominant, the Selkirk gene (Se) acts as an incomplete dominant; incompletely dominant, allele pairs produce three possible genotypes and phenotypes: heterozygous cats (Sese) may have a fuller coat that is preferred in the show ring, while homozygous cats (SeSe) may have a tighter curl and less coat volume. The Selkirk Rex originated in Montana, USA in 1987, with a litter born to a rescued cat. The only unusually coated kitten in the litter was ultimately placed with breeder, Jeri Newman, who named her Miss DiPesto (after a curly-haired character in the TV series Moonlighting played by Allyce Beasley). This foundation cat was bred to a black Persian male, producing three Selkirk Rex and t

🐶 Super SMALL black Pomeranian female

💬 Description Due to difficult situations I am looking for a unique home or my lovely tiny Pomeranian female. She may be very nicely behaved ideal at letting you groom her and loves a cuddle and a walk and of route treats which she will thankfully provide you with her paw for. She is 2 years very satisfied a self whelped a brsutigul clutter of three puppies snd changed into an amazing mum. She got here from.Latvia from show strains and may be very healthy and small. She has Latvian pedigree office work and her passport. The Pomeranian (often referred to as a Pom) is a breed of dog of the Spitz kind that is named for the Pomerania location in north-west Poland and north-east Germany in Central Europe. Classed as a toy dog breed because of its small length, the Pomeranian is descended from the larger Spitz-type puppies, particularly the German Spitz. It has been decided by the Fédération Cynologique Internationale to be part of the German Spitz breed; and in many countries, t