Highland Lynx Kittens for Sale

Originated from the United States, the Highland Lynx is a crossbreed of the Desert Lynx and the Jungle Curl. While the Desert Lynx is also a crossbreed of Bobcat and a domestic cat, the Jungle Curl is produced through the breeding of the African Jungle cat and the Hemingway Curl. This new breed approximately weighs from 10 to 25 pounds.

Like every crossbreeding, the Highland Lynx possesses some of the best qualities of its founding breeds. It inherited the unique curled ears of the Jungle Curl but acquires several traits of the Bobcat; one of them is having short hair or long hair. It is, in fact, the same as the Desert Lynx cat, except that the latter has straight ears.

The Highland Lynx kittens are sturdy just like the Bobcat. They grow from medium to large, with longer hind legs. One attractive characteristic of this breed is having extra toes or the condition of having a polydactyl gene. Not all Highland Lynx kittens have this condition though. Their gold to green large eyes are also striking, as they are set at an angle that make them more expressive. Just like the Desert Lynx, the length of its tail ranges from half way to the ground or none at all, similar to that of the Manx; its length can also be in between of the two.

We have several Highland Lynx kittens for sale that come in a wide variety of coat colors and patterns. We have an available chocolate clouded leopard Highland Lynx for sale and several snow tabbies. Other patterns we sell are tawny and leopard spotted. The available colors of our Highland Lynx kittens for sale are solid black, lilac, silver, cream, and snow shades.

If you want a pet that has an outgoing personality, you can choose from the wide selections of our Highland Lynx for sale. You will never get bored with their curiosity and pleasant temperament.

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