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Desert Lynx behavior behavior

This cat maintains an exotic wild appearance, but has a sweet affectionate personality that makes it well suited as a pet. Reserved with strangers, the Desert Lynx is very friendly and outgoing with its owners. They are also very patient and tolerant with children. Their intelligence gives them a 'dog-like' personality making them entertaining and fun to own. This feline is an active breed, but will not be so active as to destroy your house. Because of their intelligence the Desert Lynx is very capable of learning the rules of the house. In addition to getting along well with family members of all ages, the Desert Lynx also does well with other felines and household pets. It is, however, recommended to give them time to adjust to new members of the household. Pairing of a domestic cat (Felis catus) Pixie-Bob with a bobcat hybrid (Felis rufus or Lynx rufus).

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