A Cornish Rex is a breed of domestic cat. The Cornish Rex has no hair except for down. Most breeds of cat have three different types of hair in their coats: the outer fur or "guard hairs", which is about 5 cm long in shorthairs and 10 cm+ long in longhairs; a middle layer called the "awn hair";... MORE
A Cornish Rex is a breed of domestic cat. The Cornish Rex has no hair except for down. Most breeds of cat have three different types of hair in their coats: the outer fur or "guard hairs", which is about 5 cm long in shorthairs and 10 cm+ long in longhairs; a middle layer called the "awn hair"; and the down hair or undercoat, which is very fine and about 1 cm long. Cornish Rexes only have the undercoat. The curl in Cornish Rex fur is caused by a different mutation and gene than that of the Devon Rex. It originates from Cornwall, Britain. The coat of a Cornish Rex is extremely fine and sometimes curly, the softest of any cat breed. However, their light coat means that they are best suited for indoor living in warm and dry conditions, as they might get hypothermia if they stay outdoors in the winter. Their body temperature of 39 °C is slightly higher than that of most cats, with Cornish Rexes tending to hang around warm places such as computer monitors, light bulbs, laps and shoulders. Some Cornish Rexes also have a mild cheesy smell peculiar to the breed; this odor comes from scent glands in the paws. LESS
This video has been uploaded to show "form of fingers", "placement" and the "beginning/ending" points of NAET treatment (www.naet.com Unlike in the video, you will want to ensure that each tap is about 1 inch apart. :: FORM :: As shown in the video, create a U shape with your thumb and forefinger and apply light, gentle but recognizable pressure placing the thumb and forefinger on either side of the spine. Now move down about one inch and do this again. Continue to repeat until you reach the end of the body. The pressure is about the same as using a keyboard on a computer. You tap down from the top to the bottom and it should take about 20 seconds. :: VIAL PLACEMENT :: 1) The glass part of the vial needs to be next to the patient (your dog or cat). You can accomplish this by placing it under a collar if your pet wears one. You can sit your cat on your lap and place or hold the vial next to him. 2) With the vial next to your pet, begin to tap, starting just below the neck above the shoulder and going down to the tail, on either side of the spine. Two long strips of muscles sit immediately on either side of the vertebral column (spine), and you are tapping gently on these muscles. =================================================== A rarity! Obi is still for his NAET treatment. Obi's allergies consist of: 1. Tuna Salmon Shellfish 2. Animal fat and beefs 3. Eggs chicken 4. B vitamins, brewers yeast , grain gluten 5. Vaccines and chemicals
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