Devon Rex
Facts & Advice

An extroverted breed who never fails to entertain

Imagine a cheeky little monkey in a cat costume and you have the Devon Rex! Behind that innocent pixie face and unique rippled coat is an extrovert personality and a keen mind for mischief. The Devon Rex is a natural comedian and an expert at keeping the whole household entertained.
If you are the owner of a Devon Rex or are considering getting one, you can take a look at our cat insurance policies to ensure your pet will receive the care they need in the case of an illness or accident.

Vital Stats

Colour: Devon Rex cats come in virtually any colour and pattern, but all have a deceptively fragile appearance and large, pointed ears.
Coat: Short and wavy, mostly made up of a downy undercoat that requires no grooming. The Devon Rex is also less likely to cause allergic reactions than other breeds.
Life span: 10-15 years, but most Devon Rex cats will live to their mid-teens.
Colour various Coat short
wavy
Life span 10-15years

Devon Rex insurance considerations

Devon Rexs sometimes suffer with epilepsy and are prone to hereditary and congenital conditions. Petplan dog insurance offers peace of mind that they will always be protected.

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