Highland Lynx Photos

Category Cat Breeds
This page contains Highland Lynx photos. The Timberline Cattery developed the Highland Lynx by breeding the Desert Lynx and the Jungle Curls. The first litter was born in 1995. Highland Lynx are typically polydactyl. Their small, curled ears are set wide apart and usually have feathering and tufts at the tip. Here are some photos of this exotic and rare cat!


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December 3, 2017

Your Pet's Age
3 years old

Your Pet's Breed
Highland Lynx

How and when did you get your pet?
Abbey was rescued from a hoarding breeder. She and her brother were up for adoption. The moment my husband and I met her we fell in love. She allowed us to lay her on her back and rub her tummy. She came to our house for a visit to meet our other two male cats. She immediately crawled on the couch and posed for the lion photo I shared. She was home and knew it. That was it; she was ours.

What does your pet like to do for fun?
Little did we know when we adopted her that the breed is known as a forever kitten breed. And boy is she. She plays all day hopping and jumping. She scares her brothers by hiding and jumping out.


Do you have anything else to share about your pet?
Not only does she have the fantastic curled ears, she has a stubby tail only about 3 inches long and has mitten poly paws both front and back. She is a wonderful, sassy, playful, pain in the butt cat.

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