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Himalayan Institute Midwest

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When you are looking for the himalayan institute midwest, you are likely to find many rescues and photo galleries of himalayan cats. Purebred animal of this breed have a round, massive head, attached to a thick short neck, with small round-tipped ears and large, round, wide-set eyes. They body is medium to large, broad across the rump; they have short, stubby legs and large round feet. Their fur can be either long and flowing, or medium-long and thick. When you are looking for the himalayan institute midwest, you are likely to find many rescues and photo galleries of himalayan cats.

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Himalayan Institute Midwest

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The breed was started out by breeding Siamese cats with Persian cats in 1930 by Dr.Clyde Keller, from The Harvard Medical School, and Virginia Cobb of Newton Cattery. The aim of this experiment was to develop a long-haired, Persian-bodied cat with the color-points of the Siamese. When you are looking for the himalayan institute midwest, you are likely to find many rescues and photo galleries of himalayan cats.

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