Get to know the Pixie-Bob
All you need to know about the breed
The Pixie-Bob is very new to the feline scene but there is much to love about them. They tend to be extroverts, welcoming anyone and everyone in a friendly manner. The Pixie-Bob also appreciates daily cuddles and chill-time with their family. They make a great playmate for young children, and also get on well with other cats and dogs that have been socialised. Unlike most cats, the Pixie-Bob prefers running around instead of climbing. With training, they can also learn to walk on a leash. Sounds a tad canine, right?
The Pixie-Bob has a few characteristics that make them stand out from the cat crowd. Their short tail, which is distinctive, though they’re not related to the Manx or the Lynx breeds. They also prefer to communicate with their humans via churrups or gentle head butts, as opposed to the traditional “meow”.
The Pixie-Bob gains weight easily. Stick to the recommended kibble portions, removing any motivational training treats from their daily food portion. If you have a secure back garden, encourage your Pixie-Bob to run around - it won’t take much to get this playful cat moving. When inside, they tend to stay close to their humans and are very open to receiving head massages. Let the purring begin!
2 facts about Pixie-Bobs
Things to look out for
From specific breed traits to a general health overview, here are some interesting facts about your Pixie-Bobs