Pallas cat: a cat that even professionals cannot tame

The cat has been around for many years, but it has not yet been domesticated and has not yet become a house cat. What is special about this breed of cat? Pallas’ cat became famous in 1776, thanks to the German naturalist Palace Peter.

It was at this time that a cat of this breed was discovered. Pallas cats are sometimes referred to as Palassus cats, a name they receive because they were discovered in the Caspian Sea region.

Pallas’ appearance resembles that of an ordinary house cat, but in reality, he is a rough and wild cat who enjoys a solitary, wild and free life. Adult cats can weigh between 3 and 5 kilograms. And the length of their body can reach half a meter.

The coat of Pallas cats is very thick and long – which looks like a real warm coat. The tail is short but bushy, and the legs are armed with sharp, dense claws. The cat has good reactions, sustained attention, and great alertness.

The main peculiarity of Pallas’s cats is not only their interesting appearance but also their coat: the average height of the fur of a Pallas’s cat reaches 7 centimeters. And the density of fur is 9 thousand units per square centimeter.

They spend a lot of time in these dens, and it is only when night begins to fall that they come in for a walk, or rather for a fierce hunt for small game. What is interesting is that Pallas’ cats are still not tamed, even by professionals.

If you take a Pallas cat and raise it at home, sooner or later it will still have wild habits. Some people have tried to domesticate a Pallas cat at home, but nothing has worked. As Pallas’ cats began to grow, they developed wild instincts, such as detachment, aggression, and independence.

The desire to be in the wild is characteristic of many Pallas cats, which the ordinary man tried to tame into a home. It should be noted that these magnificent cats are listed in the Red Book and are protected by law.

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