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LATVIA-ANIMALS/
RTS2EI6K
March 23, 2019
An Exotic Shorthair cat looks on during the international pets and zoo industry exhibition Pet Expo 2019...
Riga, Latvia
An Exotic Shorthair cat looks on during the international pets and zoo industry exhibition Pet Expo 2019...
An Exotic Shorthair cat looks on during the international pets and zoo industry exhibition Pet Expo 2019 in Riga, Latvia March 23, 2019. REUTERS/Ints Kalnins
TAIWAN/
RTX120W9
July 27, 2013
An Exotic Shorthair cat is examined during a feline beauty contest at the 2013 Taipei Pet Show at Nangang...
Taipei, Taiwan
An Exotic Shorthair cat is examined during a feline beauty contest at the 2013 Taipei Pet Show in Taipei...
An Exotic Shorthair cat is examined during a feline beauty contest at the 2013 Taipei Pet Show at Nangang Exhibition Hall in Taipei July 27, 2013. The show runs from July 26 to 29. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
GREECE/
RTR3D1J1
January 27, 2013
An Exotic Shorthair cat sits in front of the judges during the Athens 21st International Cat Show January...
Athens, Greece
An Exotic Shorthair cat sits in front of the judges during the Athens 21st International Cat Show
An Exotic Shorthair cat sits in front of the judges during the Athens 21st International Cat Show January 27, 2013. REUTERS/John Kolesidis (GREECE - Tags: SOCIETY ANIMALS)
ROMANIA/
RTXED5G
April 25, 2009
A woman holds an Exotic Short Hair cat during an international feline contest in Bucharest April 25,...
Bucharest, Romania
A woman holds an Exotic Short Hair cat during an international feline contest in Bucharest
A woman holds an Exotic Short Hair cat during an international feline contest in Bucharest April 25, 2009. Romania, one of the European Union's poorest nations, with the monthly average wage at a little over $400, has been battered by the world crisis that slashed jobs and demand, but many Romanians are still willing to save up their cash to buy pedigree pets. REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel (ROMANIA ANIMALS SOCIETY)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EVB
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EV9
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EV8
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EV7
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EV5
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EUV
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EUU
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EUR
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EUO
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EUN
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EUM
December 05, 2007
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25-pound (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EUL
December 05, 2007
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera photographed in Oceanside
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EU1
December 05, 2007
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4EU0
December 05, 2007
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
CAT-ASHERA/
RTX4ETZ
December 05, 2007
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a...
Oceanside, UNITED STATES
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside
A 25 pounds (11 kg) Ashera is photographed in Oceanside, California December 4, 2007. The Ashera is a mix between an African Serval, an Asian Leopard and a domestic cat that can weigh up to 30 pounds (14 kg). For cat lovers with exotic tastes and deep pockets, a California biotech company has created a hybrid breed that resembles a mini leopard and sells for $22,000. REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES)
MIDEAST/
RTR1P4LR
April 28, 2007
Exotic Persian cats are displayed during the International Cat Show in Tel Aviv April 28, 2007. REUTERS/Gil...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Exotic Persian cats are displayed during the International Cat Show in Tel Aviv
Exotic Persian cats are displayed during the International Cat Show in Tel Aviv April 28, 2007. REUTERS/Gil Cohen Magen (ISRAEL)
UKRAINE
RTR1B6W4
December 15, 2005
Tatyana Efremova sits on a couch with three lion cubs and a cat in a domestic house in Kharkov some 450...
Kharkov, Ukraine
Tatyana Efremova sits on a couch with three lion cubs and a cat in a domestic house in Kharkov
Tatyana Efremova sits on a couch with three lion cubs and a cat in a domestic house in Kharkov some 450 km (279.4 miles) northeast of Kiev December 15, 2005. Besides three three-month old lions, Raisa Efremova's daughter Tatyana, a veterinary in Kharkov, shares her house with a number of other exotic animals. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
UKRAINE
RTR1B40S
December 15, 2005
A lion cub caresses a domestic cat as another lion rests in a private house in Kharkov, about 450 km...
Kharkov, Ukraine
A lion cub caresses a domestic cat as another lion rests in a private house in Kharkov
A lion cub caresses a domestic cat as another lion rests in a private house in Kharkov, about 450 km (279.4 miles) northeast of Kiev December 15, 2005. The three-month-old lions live in the house of Tatyana Efremova who also keeps a number of other exotic animals. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich
JAPAN
RTRDAN4
February 22, 2004
Hitomi, an Exotic shorthair act, wears a cow outfit during a beauty pageant at a cat park in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
EXOTIC SHORTHAIR CAT CLAD IN COW OUTFIT SITS AT CAT PARK IN TOKYO.
Hitomi, an Exotic shorthair act, wears a cow outfit during a beauty pageant at a cat park in Tokyo February 22, 2004. Bird flu has spread to a new species in Asia, scientists said last week, reporting that two house cats in Thailand died of the same strain that has killed 22 people across the continent. Pictures of the month February 2004 REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao PP04020114 ODLY YN/TW
JAPAN
RTRDAMW
February 22, 2004
Hitomi, an Exotic shorthair cat, wears a cow outfit during a beauty pageant at a cat park in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
EXOTIC SHORTHAIR CAT CLAD IN COW OUTFIT SITS AT CAT PARK IN TOKYO.
Hitomi, an Exotic shorthair cat, wears a cow outfit during a beauty pageant at a cat park in Tokyo February 22, 2004. Bird flu has spread to a new species in Asia, scientists said last week, reporting that two house cats in Thailand died of the same strain that has killed 22 people across the continent. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/TW
JAPAN
RTRDALS
February 22, 2004
A Japanese girl pats an Exotic shorthair cat clad in a cow outfit at a cat park in Tokyo February 22,...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE GIRL PATS EXOTIC SHORTHAIR CAT CLAD IN COW OUTFIT AT CAT PARK IN TOKYO.
A Japanese girl pats an Exotic shorthair cat clad in a cow outfit at a cat park in Tokyo February 22, 2004. Bird flu has spread to a new species in Asia, scientists said last week, reporting that two house cats in Thailand died of the same strain that has killed 22 people across the continent. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao YN/TW
GOODMAN ARTHUR
RTR2P8P
September 08, 2003
Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman (L) pets a twelve-week-old black spotted
leopard held by magician Dirk...
UNITED STATES
LEOPARD IS NAMED AFTER LAS VEGAS MAYOR.
Las Vegas Mayor Oscar Goodman (L) pets a twelve-week-old black spotted
leopard held by magician Dirk Arthur at the Plaza hotel and casino
September 8, 2003. The leopard was named "Oscar" in honor of the mayor
after receiving names from the public during radio and television
appearances. The leopard is the newest addition to a variety of exotic
big cats used in Arthur's shows. Arthur's new show, "The New Art of
Magic" begins September 24 at the Plaza. REUTERS/Las Vegas Sun/Steve
Marcus

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LYNXES
RTXL19C
February 03, 2002
The Siberian lynx sits in its cage at a fur animal farm 20 kms outside Moscow February 3, 2002. The farm...
Moscow, Russia
The Siberian lynx sits in its cage at a fur animal farm 20 kms outside Moscow February 3, 2002. The .....
The Siberian lynx sits in its cage at a fur animal farm 20 kms outside Moscow February 3, 2002. The farm breeds this wild exotic cat not only for fur but also for sale to private customers and up to 30 animals are sold for US$500 to US$1200 every year.
LYNXES
RTXL19B
February 03, 2002
The Siberian lynx tries to frighten people away from its cage at a fur animal farm 20 kms outside Moscow,...
Moscow, Russia
The Siberian lynx tries to frighten people away from its cage at a fur animal farm 20 kms outside Mo.....
The Siberian lynx tries to frighten people away from its cage at a fur animal farm 20 kms outside Moscow, February 3, 2002. The farm breeds this wild exotic cat not for fur only but also for private customers and up to 30 animals are sold for the price between 500 and 1200 US dollars each every year.
RUSSIA
RTR13B3
February 03, 2002
The Siberian lynx tries to frighten people away from its cage at a fur
animal farm 20 kms outside Moscow,...
Moscow, Russia
SIBERIAN LYNX SCARES PEOPLE OFF AT AN ANIMAL FARM OUTSIDE MOSCOW.
The Siberian lynx tries to frighten people away from its cage at a fur
animal farm 20 kms outside Moscow, February 3, 2002. The farm breeds
this wild exotic cat not for fur only but also for private customers
and up to 30 animals are sold for the price between 500 and 1200 US
dollars each every year. REUTERS/Dima Korotayev

DK
RUSSIA
RTR138N
February 03, 2002
The Siberian lynx sits in its cage at a fur animal farm 20 kms outside
Moscow February 3, 2002. The...
Moscow, Russia
SIBERIAN LYNX SITS IN ITS CAGE AT AN ANIMAL FARM OUTSIDE MOSCOW.
The Siberian lynx sits in its cage at a fur animal farm 20 kms outside
Moscow February 3, 2002. The farm breeds this wild exotic cat not only for
fur but also for sale to private customers and up to 30 animals are sold for
US$500 to US$1200 every year. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Dima Korotayev

DK
LIFE ORPHANAGE ANIMALS
RTRRNKS
October 20, 1999
FOR USE WITH LIFE-ORPHANAGE-ANIMALS FEATURE - Bill Sheperd hugs a tiger from his exotic animal orphanage...
Washington, USA
BILL SHEPERD WITH TIGER AT HIS ANIMAL ORPHANAGE.
FOR USE WITH LIFE-ORPHANAGE-ANIMALS FEATURE - Bill Sheperd hugs a tiger from his exotic animal orphanage in this undated file picture. Sheperd takes care of 17 big cats, along with his other duties at his small animal clinic.

GAC/HB
RTR6D07
September 04, 1997
A pet monkey named "Houzi" yawns during babysitting duties with the family cat in Beijing September 4....
China
PET MONKEY HOLDS A KITTEN IN BEIJING
A pet monkey named "Houzi" yawns during babysitting duties with the family cat in Beijing September 4. The pets owners claim they bought the cat to keep the monkey company and that the pair are good friends. The keeping of pets, once frowned upon as a bourgeois pursuit under the radical rule of Mao Zedong, has now become extremely popular among China's new-rich who pay hundreds of dollars for exotic pets.

CHINA
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