How much is a Chinese civet cat?

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       The most common cat in our family is cihuamao. It is not difficult to raise Chinese civet cat. For many new cat owners, Chinese civet cat is a good choice. So, how much does it cost to buy a Chinese civet cat? ????????

       Cihuamao is generally sold in pet shops and large cat houses. However, there are many civet cats that are not purebred, so the prices are different. The general price of cihuamao is about 1000-2000, but the price of cihuamao with bloodline certificate will be higher. ??????

       The cat has a very round head and wide cheek. The distance between the two ears is not very short. The size of the ear is very appropriate. It has a very wide root and a deep auricle. The tip part is relatively smooth. Its very large eyes are very bright, the shape is round apricot kernel, from yellow, gold to green color is recognized by people, eyes in general circumstances will have eyeliner. Nose color is brick red, long nose line. Cihuamao has a very moderate body, not only has a very wide chest, but also very deep, thick. The limbs, like the tail, are of moderate length and fit very well. They are very strong, strong and muscular. People have the impression that they have a very strong body. ????

       China is the origin of cihuamao cat. It belongs to the natural cat, because it is a breed that has been eliminated naturally for thousands of years. Chinese civet cat (5 pieces) is a natural elimination of a variety of breeds and retained. People are most familiar with the story of “cat cat for Prince” (Song Dynasty), but the introduction of civet flower in China is far before that. The 2003cfa China Great Wall Cat Club applied to the international community to show the Chinese civet cat as a unique cat species in China to the world. After seven years of efforts, it was approved at the CFA Houston board meeting on February 8, 2010. Cihuamao officially entered CFA. The international name of cihuamao still uses the Chinese name and pronunciation of “Chinese Lihua Mao”. Since then, China has its own native purebred cats. ????????????????

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