According to our favorite source for all things, Wikipedia, “The Pallas’s cat, also known as the manul, is a small wild cat with long and dense light grey fur. Its rounded ears are set low on the sides of the head. Its head-and-body length ranges from 46 to 65 cm with a 21 to 31 cm long bushy tail.” 

Temperament and character of Pallas’s cats are visible from early childhood. Amongst the smol but mighty curious squad of pallas’s kittens we are featuring today, one of them prefers to be closer to their mommy, one of them prefers to stay inside of his home-like structure, and one little kitty emerges as the brave one of the bunch. He or she begins to carefully explore the surroundings. If we had to guess, we’d say that this one is the troublemaker of the bunch and likely the source of their mom’s stress. Kids will be kids, and kittens will be kittens! 


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