The Exotic Shorthair is a breed of cat developed to be a short-haired version of the Persian.The Exotic is similar to the Persian in many ways, including temperament and conformation, a flat nose and face with the exceptions of the short dense coat.
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The comic strip character Garfield, created by Jim Davis, is an overweight ginger tabby cat. Garfield lives with his owner, Jon Arbuckle, and Jon's dog Odie. The comic strip portrays Garfield as being lazy, fat and addicted to Italian foods, such as lasagna and pizza.
This cat looks a lot like Garfield. His name is Hosico and he's a 3-year-old Scottish straight. Credit: https://www.instagram.com/hosico_cat -- FOLLOW US FOR DAILY ...
Let him eat what he wants when he wants, get him a nice bed with a blanket. My cat already looks like Garfield. She eats lasagne, meat and cheese, gets lots of treats, and tries hard to get 23 hours of sleep per day.
Clara Edwards invited a Garfield-like cat to have a lasagna dinner with her kids, who love the TV character. It was a smashing success.
We have a cat who has thumbs also, who goes by the name of Garfield. He is named Garfield 'cause he looks exactly like the cartoon Garfield and has the appetite like he has. He is a male cat 6 months old green eyes and long haired. On the two front paws he has 6 toes and the back paws are regular sized. Anyways that is all I can say about him.
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Real-life Garfield caught struggling to get through cat flap A plump cat resembling the overweight cartoon character Garfield has been caught on camera trying to squeeze through his cat flap.
In the first two live-action/animated movies and Garfield Gets Real, Garfield's Fun Fest and Garfield's Pet Force, Garfield was created using computer animation, though the Garfield Gets Real version is closer to his original form than his theatrical movie form, when he looked and moved more like a real cat, but still exaggerated enough to suit the character.