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Кошки онлайн Gatos y gatitos de German Rex (немецкий рекс, n?meck? rex). Razas de gatas y gatitas кошки герман рекс видео

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В хорошем качестве German Rex es una raza de gato dom?stico con una constituci?n similar a la del Europeo. Son gatos muy amistosos y toman cari?o r?pidamente a su due?o.OrigenUn primer Rex alem?n era Kater Munk, un gato de la familia de Erna Schneider, que fue llevado en 1930 ? 1931 a una aldea cerca de K?nigsberg (actualmente Kaliningrad, Rusia). Munk reparti? sus genes abundantemente entre la poblaci?n felina de la aldea hasta su muerte en 1944 ? 1945.En el verano de 1951, un doctor de Berlin-Buch (distrito de Pankow), Rose Scheuer-Scheuer-Karpin, vio un gato rizado negro en el jard?n del hospital de Hufelandklinik. El personal de la cl?nica le dijo que el gato estaba all? desde 1947. El doctor nombr? el gato L?mmchen (corderito, en alem?n). Su suposici?n de que era el resultado de una mutaci?n, se demostr? que era correcta. As? L?mmchen es el primer esp?cimen de estos gatos y el antepasado materno de todos los Rex alemanes actuales.No se sabe ciertamente c?mo L?mmchen se relaciona con Munk, s?lo que ?sa es la mutaci?n alemana de Rex, en el mismo gen que en el Rex de Cornualles, y que es recesivo, apareciendo solamente cuando ambos alelos son "rex". Munk es el primer gato documentado a fondo de la raza.La crianza del Rex alem?n estaba en crisis a los mediados de los a?os setenta, pero ahora hay un grupo de criadores afiliados en Alemania, Finlandia, Suiza, Rusia, Dinamarca y Holanda que est?n restableciendo la casta.-----------------------------------German Rex is a breed of domestic cat. They are a medium sized breed with slender legs of a medium length. The head is round with well-developed cheeks and large, open ears. The eyes are of medium size in colours related to the coat colour. The coat is silky and short with a tendency to curl. The whiskers also curl, though less strongly than in the Cornish Rex. They may be nearly straight. All colours of coat, including white, are allowed. The body development is heavier than in the Cornish Rex - more like the European Shorthairs. A German Rex cat is very friendly and quickly bonds with its owner. It is lively, playful, and intelligent. Its temperament is much the same as a Cornish Rex.Early historyAn early Rex-type cat from Germany was Kater Munk, a cat of the family of one Erna Schneider, that was born 1930 or 1931 in a village near then-K?nigsberg, German Reich (today's Kaliningrad, Russia). Munk was the son of a mahogany Angora cat and a Russian Blue. There were one (some sources say two) other curly cat(s) in the litter which was castrated early. Munk spread his genes plentifully among the village's cat population till his death in 1944 or 1945. The Schneiders valued the strong tom with a penchant for catching fish from the family's garden pond for himself, not for his curly coat; he was, it seems, referred to colloquially as a Preu?ig Rex ("Prussian Rex", in local dialect). German Rex researchers do not consider Kater Munk to be related to the German Rex breed and state that he was never bred.In the summer of 1951, a doctor in Berlin-Buch (Pankow borough), Rose Scheuer-Karpin, noticed a black curly-coated cat in the Hufelandklinik hospital garden. The clinic's personnel told her that they had known the cat since 1947. The doctor named the cat L?mmchen (German for "little lamb"). Her supposition that she must be the result of a mutation, was shown to be correct. Thus L?mmchen was the first breeder-owned Rex-type cat and the maternal ancestor of all the current German Rex.The first two German Rex deliberately bred were two Rex kittens from a 1957 litter of four, offspring of L?mmchen and the straight-coated son Fridolin she had with a stray black tom Blackie adopted by Scheuer-Karpin. L?mmchen died on December 19, 1964 or in 1967, indicating she had been very young when first sighted in 1947.German Rex, Gat rex alemany, Kot german rex, N?meck? rex, Немецкий рекс, Німецький рексGatos, gato, un gato, gata, gatas, las gatas, gatitos, para gatos, juegos gatos, juegos de gatos, juegos del gato, perros gatos, juego gato, juego de gato, juego del gato, juegos de gato, juego de gatos, fotos gatos, perro gato, gatos cachorros, videos gatos, cachorros de gatos, mascotas gatos, imagenes gatos, im?genes de gatos, video de gatos, imagenes de gato, gatos online, todo gatos, gatos razas, adoptar gatos, ver gatos, razas gatos, nombres gatos, razas gato, raza gatos, gatos en adopci?n, gato razas, imagen de gatos

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