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Contact us Russian Blue cat for adoption. According to the opinion of The International Cat Association (TICA), and contrary to what critics think, the short legs of the Russian Blue do not limit their movement or lead to back problems. As this is a relatively new breed, nothing can be said for certain about typical diseases yet. However, it is not uncommon for specimens of this original breed to be diagnosed with lordosis. This designates a convex forward curvature of the spine. Animals affected by this disease usually die young. It is not yet clear if the disease is related to short legs. Unlike the dachshund, also famous for its short legs, the Russian Blue is not predisposed to spinal ailments.
Where can you find a Russian Blue BREEDER?
Since the Russian Blue is primarily bred in Russia, it’s not easy to buy one here. There are some serious breeders out there, but you have to be ready and prepared to travel quite a few miles.
Make sure it’s an ethical breeder who treats their animals responsibly. Kittens need to stay with their mother for at least 10 weeks after birth to learn all the important stuff. Stay away from Russian Blue that offer purebred cats at cheap prices and without documentation.