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    So Close, Yet So Far: Munchkin Сat Fails to Engage in a Fight

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    These amazing cats were presumably named after the fairy-tale characters from "The Wizard of Oz" novel by L. Frank Baum. Little munchkin people were characterised by their small stature and cheerful personality.

    Munchkin cats are famous for their exceptionally short legs and cute looks. They can easily jump on chairs and low standing tables, but in some serious situations like a cat fight, they may lose due to their short paws. Nevertheless, they are adorable and funny. 


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