Napoleon Cat13 Things You Need to Know the Cute Minuet Cat
The Napoleon cat, now known as the “Minuet” breed, has many hilarious, interesting, and wacky facts about it, much like every other cat.
As a relatively new breed, there isn’t a lot known about the cat.
Nonetheless, I’ve gathered these facts so you know what you’re getting into before you decide to bring a Minuet home, or if you’ve just been asking yourself, “What is a Nap
Their short legs are a dead giveaway of their relation to the Munchkin, while their striking appearance is inherited from the Persian.How The Napoleon Minuet Cat Breed Came to Be
If you haven’t already guessed it, their original name was inspired by French legend Napoleon Bonaparte.Naming Inspiration
If you choose to bring a Minuet home, they’ll love expanding their energy by playing with you or with their favorite cat toy.They’re a Great Breed for Different Family Make-ups
The Munchkin-Persian cross usually weighs between seven and eight pounds under its coat. When it comes to height, Minuets grow to be about five to seven inches tall.They’re Mediu
Despite inheriting short legs from the Munchkin breed, Minuets are not sloths. In fact, they can chase balls, lasers, and balls at breakneck speeds.Their Short Legs Aren’t a Hind
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