Munchkin cats in Perth

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1545138_566942703391087_202918771_nCool for Cats…… once just a catchy tune by the Squeeze way back in 1979 is now also a brilliant January long promotion from the talented team from Must Wine Bar!

#MustCool4Cats runs from 4pm til 7pm each day in January and you’ll be able to snag 20% off all drink prices, along with some very tasty bar snacks. The focus on the beverage scene is on all things gin and as such, and with the help of SipSmith, some brilliant new cocktails have been created.

I played taste tester to some of these creations on Monday evening and I can assure you they hit the spot very nicely in the increasingly warming summer weather.

1557498_567064226712268_946839688_n5 drinks featured, each uniquely different with carefully considered combination of ingredients.

The Ghost of Mr Smith was like liquid Christmas! Sipsmith gin, Pommery Champagne champagne, bitters and peach liqueur. A delectable fruity and cinnamon blend, it was very easy drinking and we each tried to fill our sample straws up with as much of the charming cocktail as we could!

The aptly named Ginuary followed, a combination of Sipsmith Gin, St Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Fresh Apple Juice and Bitters, topped up with Ginger Beer. This drink embraced the ever popular trend of mason jars and striped paper straws. I love it. I think it looks quaint and a little bit cutesy, which I think works a treat for this beverage.1555326_567064206712270_1609410211_n Flavour wise this drink was amazing, probably a close tie with the Mr Smith for my favourite. It was just so refreshing and perfect for the 39 degree day we’d just endured.

A spin on Pimms came next, with SipSmith Summer Cup. I had my first try of Pimms ever in November at the Gourmet Escape and it is an ideal drop for summer. Very thirst quenching and with the added bonus of some fruit in your glass, or as the case was here a decorative spear of cucumber :) Can see it being another popular menu addition in January.

1604718_10151827948036456_1428324977_nNow I had taken a video of head barman, Mars, to tell us all about this drink but I may have accidentally taken it on it’s side….. learning curve! But here is Mr Blue Eyes talking about the Ginuary.

Fourth in the line up was a Smoked Negroni – wow. The smoky flavour packed some serious punch and in contrast to the first three drinks I can see this cocktail as one for true spirit fans. I found it fairly strong, but for the negroni fans among our group it was receiving rave review. I did like how they had just one solitary sphere of ice in the glass. Very cool presentation, much more slick than the usual cube caper. Cubes are so last week ;)

The final beverage was the flirty ‘Threesome’, a trio of Sipsmith Gin, Vodka and Damson Vodka with Plum Bitters. The picture of elegance in its tall glass. Similarly to its predecessor it was a more potent concoction, but I preferred it over the negroni, with its subtle fruit flavours.

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If it's an older dog

by Moosewood

It may already have a jistory of aggression with cats. Puppies raised with cats (esp goldens) usually do well with them. It helps to have a laid back cat that doesn't freak and run as that stirs up the prey drive. My boxers live with 2 cats (an old persian and fat mulazy munchkin) and other than occasionally annoying them trying to get attention, they leave them alone. They, however, were raised with these cats, and both know their boundries. From the described injuries, the dog bit the cat many times (is the cat declawed?). That's not good. You are at high risk of it happening again, especially if you don't know what the trigger for the attack was

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FAQ

grama_c44
Munchkin cats?

What will you get when you breed munchkin cats with siamese. Will you get muchkins that look like siamese of a mixture... no smart xx answers please
I am not breeding....JUST CURIOUS
DO NOT ANSWER WITH DON'T BREED CATS..I AM NOT BREEDING JUST STUDING GENEOLOGY

The munchkin breed has a genetic disorder that causes the short legs, there would be a chance that this gene could be passed down to some of the kittens but not necessary all of them. Siamese breeds tend to throw their color to their off springs, they may not have the bold coloring like the parent but similarly markings

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Munchkin cat.............?

Do munchkin cats have bad promblems because of the way they were bred? i dont have one, i hav a normal cat, but if munchkin cats have breathing or lung problems , why would someone breed them and tourture such a cute little animal. they are adorable though <3

They don't have unusual breathing or lung problems. They have the same dwarfing mutation that is true of Dachshund dogs. They may have more potential to have arthritis, or disk issues, but they really don't have the super long back found in a Dachshund. However, with that said, I think they are pitiful in that they cannot act like a real cat. They do not have the grace and beauty of a predator.

no body
Munchkin Cat owners?

I know i cant get a cat until a year and a half, but i want to know how a full grown munchkin compares to a full grown normal cat(in size and care). I want a pet so bad, but dogs i cant cause i have no time to take out and plus i know more about cat care than dogs.

So how do normal size compare to munchkins? i would love to hear stories about your muchkins also

I have a lynx point siamese munchkin that answers to the name of "Midget" ( I know- not very PC!!). His formal name is Mr. Miyagi.
Miyagi came came into my shelter because his owner was over the limit allowed in her city. Munchkins are one of the newer breeds recognized by TICA so they are hard to find (rare in shelters) and are pricey.
I don't find his care any different than my other cat Mooshu (seal point siamese) He eats the same high quality food (Wellness) and plays and wrestles just the same. It's important to make sure they are not obese. That can add…

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