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    Cat Breeds With Big Ears

    siamese cat on a bed

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    Big ears always up the cute factor, making animals look extra endearing. In the wild, oversized ears serve important 

    functions for some animals’ survival. For instance, an elephant’s enormous, flapping ears help regulate its body temperature and allow it to hear far-away sounds. 

    Feline ears act like satellite dishes, helping cats in the wild detect the tiniest sounds so they can hunt their prey. At home, 


    most domesticated cats use their impressive ears to listen for their favorite people coming home after work, the crinkle of a 

    treat bag or the sound of you opening the lid on a can of cat food. Check out some of the cutest cat breeds that sport larger-than-life ears.

    Abyssinian

    abyssinian cat on a bed
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    The Abyssinian’s ears are alert, large and “set as though listening” according to the breed standard, which is the written description of the ideal

    example of the breed. The Abyssinian is one of the oldest cat breeds. Some disagreement exists as to the exact origins of the

    Abyssinian. Although the breed is named for Abyssinia, which is present day Ethiopia, it’s not because the breed is speculated to have originated

    in Ethiopia, but because the first specimens of the breed brought to cat shows in England in the late 1800s came from this area. Abyssinians are

    intelligent, playful and people-oriented cats, making them wonderful companions.

    Balinese

    Balinese cat
    ccording to the Balinese’s breed standard, its ears are “strikingly large.”.  Фотограф:Анна Утехина - dizigner.ru, CC BY-SA 3.0 

    According to the Balinese’s breed standard, its ears are “strikingly large.” The Balinese is thought to have originated due to a spontaneous gene

    mutation in the Siamese cat breed that created a longhaired version of the Siamese, which breeders began developing in the 1940s. Lithe,

    muscular and elegant, the breed is named for graceful dancers of Bali. The silky, flowing coat lies close to the body and resists matting. Longer

    hair on the tail forms a beautiful plume. Similar in temperament to the Siamese, the Balinese is affectionate, clownish and vocal, although not

    quite as outspoken as her Siamese relative.

    Chausie

    Chausie cat
    The exotic-looking Chausie’s large, tall ears perch on top of its head.  Wilczakrew-Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0/Wikimedia Commons 

    The exotic-looking Chausie’s large, tall ears perch on top of its head, set at a slight outward angle. This hybrid breed was developed in the 1990s

    after a breeding between a wild species, the jungle cat (felis chaus),and domestic cat. The result was a domesticated feline with the striking good

    looks of a wild cat. Although today’s Chausie is more “wild at heart” than wild, the breed is far from a lap cat. Most Chausies much preferring

    play and activity (even walking on a leash outside!) to lounging around. 

    Cornish Rex

    white cornish rex
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    With its distinctive curly coat and giant bat-like ears, the Cornish Rex is simply a delight to behold. The breed gets its name from its place or

    origin—Cornwall, England—where the very first Cornish Rex popped up amongst a litter of otherwise typical kittens born in a barn. The little

    cream-colored kitten with the curly, lamb-like coat was the result of a random genetic mutation. The owner of the mother cat, recognizing the

    uniqueness of this kitten, bred him back to his mother, producing more kinky-haired kittens, and a breed was born.


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