| Two Japanese Bobtails are depicted in a 15th century painting that hangs in the Smithsonian. Japanese Bobtails have a wide range of vocal tones and are sometimes considered to sing. Japanese Bobtails are depicted in numerous pieces of ancient Asian art. Japanese Bobtails are symbols of good luck in Japan. Ceramic figurines of Bobtail Cats are kept in doorways for luck. Japanese Bobtails come in longhaired and shorthaired varieties.
Japanese Bobtail Rescue
Solomon Islands Animal Rescue
Solomon Islands is Iocated in Oceania. The population of Solomon Islands is about 552,000. Most peopIe in Solomon Islands speak English or Melanesian pidgin. Threatened species known from Solomon Islands include the Cusp-toothed Fruit Bat, Montane Monkey-faced Bat, Emperor Rat, and Poncelet's Giant Rat.