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Pixie-Bob

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A Devoted Family Pet

Confident, Hygienic, Sociable

Originating in the state of Washington in the United States, this cat is believed to be the accidental mix of a bob cat and a barn cat. These cats are intelligent, busy but not hyperactive, quiet, easy to train, affectionate, and very devoted to their families. They are ideal companions for families with children and pets, singles with other pets, and first time cat owners. Grooming is minimal.

Explore this page to learn more about where she came, which health conditions are a risk to her and how to keep her feeling her best.

Breed Details

Body:Medium to large, Muscular, Heavy boning Coat:Hairless, Smooth, Soft, Fine

Length of fur
3

1 = short - 5 = long

Grooming requirements
2

1 = little grooming - 5 = much grooming

Energy level
4

1 = low energy - 5 = high energy

Ease of training
4

1 = difficult - 5 = easy

Affection toward owners
4

1 = independent - 5 = very affectionate

Friendliness toward strangers
4

1 = shy - 5 = very friendly

Care for the Pixie-Bob coming soon.

Characteristics for the Pixie-Bob coming soon.

Whether you are considering adding a new Pixie-Bob to your family or you already have one as a companion, it is important for you to know about the genetically linked diseases known to occur more often in this breed. Of course not every Pixie-Bob will have these problems, but research shows your pal is more at risk than other breeds. By exploring the health concerns specific to the Pixie-Bob you will become a knowledgeable and confident pet parent. 

Be sure to speak with your veterinarian about breed risks every time you visit and educate yourself on the most important signs to watch for at home. She’s counting on you to be her health expert.

Some health issues a Pixie-Bob could encounter:

History for the Pixie-Bob coming soon.

Signs to watch out for are coming soon for the Pixie-Bob.

  • Care

    Care for the Pixie-Bob coming soon.

  • Characteristics

    Characteristics for the Pixie-Bob coming soon.

  • Health Concerns

    Whether you are considering adding a new Pixie-Bob to your family or you already have one as a companion, it is important for you to know about the genetically linked diseases known to occur more often in this breed. Of course not every Pixie-Bob will have these problems, but research shows your pal is more at risk than other breeds. By exploring the health concerns specific to the Pixie-Bob you will become a knowledgeable and confident pet parent. 

    Be sure to speak with your veterinarian about breed risks every time you visit and educate yourself on the most important signs to watch for at home. She’s counting on you to be her health expert.

    Some health issues a Pixie-Bob could encounter:

  • History

    History for the Pixie-Bob coming soon.

  • Watch Out For

    Signs to watch out for are coming soon for the Pixie-Bob.

Pixie-Bob Discussions

Share your thoughts and experiences, ask questions, or just show your love for the Pixie-Bob breed here!

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To view the sources for the information listed on this page, see our Cat Breed Guide References here.

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