Spine Bending when in sitting posture

Spine Bending when in sitting posture

by Helmi Flick
(Bedford, Texas, USA)

The spine of a cat bends in a “h” shape when the body is a long or of a rangy type, i.e., as in an Oriental Shorthair, Maine Coon, or Savannah. The more cobby body shapes: British Shorthair and Persian, for example, have a more rounded back.

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Spine Bending when in sitting posture

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Nov 29, 2007 Thanks for input
by: Michael

Thanks for the input Helmi, I’ve amended the page to take into account this.



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