How to Identify a Munchkin Cat
Are Munchkin cats rare?
Can a cat be part Munchkin?
Never heard of a Munchkin? That’s probably because they’re relatively new, having been legitimized by The International Cat Association as their own breed in the early 2000s. Because these cats are the result of genetic mutation and a somewhat complicated breeding process, they are relatively rare.
Do Munchkin cats like to be held?
That’s why breeders don’t mate two short-legged Munchkin cats together. Cats born with long legs can carry the Munchkin gene, and they’re often mated with each other, or a short-legged Munchkin cat, to produce a litter of healthy, stubby-limbed kittens.
Do Munchkin cats like to cuddle?
The Munchkin is typically a fun-loving cat who’s usually happy to play with kids, other cats and even friendly dogs. He’s affectionate and tends to thrive on interaction.
Do Munchkin cats stay small?
10. He loves cuddling. The Munchkin cat craves company: kids, dogs, other animals, complete strangers — there’s never enough! They live for a game of chase or a catnip mouse prime for hunting but will never turn down the offering of a warm lap for cuddling.