The origin of the cat breed was a female called Chinnie, born in 1882. It was uncertain whether the name "Chinnie" was given to this cat because the term "Chinchilla" was already in use or whether the later term was introduced as a variant of her vague resemblance of the Chinchilla rabbit or the rodent…Read more
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Chinchillas have sweet natures, very similar to Persians. They are generally quiet, but some can be quite vocal, and enjoy ‘chattering’ to their owner. Although they are sedentary, they can be playful, even in adulthood. Chinchilla cats are easy going and gentle. They are suited to both children and adults.Read more
The Chinchilla cat should be brushed daily to avoid the coat knotting and matting. Special attention should be given to the neck, underarms and inner leg areas. It is recommended not to put a collar on your cat, as this area knots up quickly. Your kitten would have been bathed a couple of times before…Read more
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