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The Miniature Pinscher

The Miniature Pinscher or Min Pin as it’s affectionately called, did not originate from the Doberman as is commonly thought. The Min Pin is actually an older and distinctly separate breed, who’s ancestors are in fact the Italian Greyhound and the Dachshund.
If you are lucky enough to have a Min Pin in the family you will know they are alert, self-assured, and energetic escape artists!
Bred to catch vermin these beautiful beasts can quickly get away from you if they spot something they think needs to be chased.
They may be sturdy but they are sensitive to the cold, so in chillier months make sure you wrap them up and take them out with a dog coat or sweater on.

The Napoleon Minuet

The Napoleon cat is a precious and beautiful beast, and is a mix of the Munchkin and Persian cat breeds. Affectionate, playful, and sweet-natured, these felines inherited the best traits from their parents.
A definite family cat, you will find they will follow you around the house and try to cuddle up with you at any opportunity. They bond quickly with their family and love to have people around them. The Napoleon is a small cat (its name is indeed a reference to Napoleon Bonaparte and it’s short stature) and comes in a large range of beautiful colours.
Easygoing, energetic and gentle this beautiful beast makes for a wonderful addition to the family.

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