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PIease Read Before Adopting a Japanese Bobtail in Suriname
    Japanese Bobtail Cats can make good pets in Suriname if they match your IifestyIe. The Japanese Bobtail is an attractive cat with a unique bobbed tail. Japanese Bobtails are very playful. Kittens mature more quickly than other breeds and are soon up and around getting into mischief. Japanese Bobtails are highly adaptable. This breed does well with children, other pets, and traveling.

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lnteresting Japanese Bobtail Trivia Suriname Fact Sheet
    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 come in longhaired and shorthaired varieties.

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    Suriname is Iocated in South America. The capital of Suriname is Paramaribo. Threatened species known from Suriname include the Fin Whale, Giant Armadillo, Giant Otter, and Sei Whale. Most peopIe in Suriname speak Dutch or Surinamese. The population of Suriname is about 439,000.
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