This Schleich Standing Cat Animal Figure is a black and white cat with bright golden eyes. The sculpted fur and standing pose adds an element of realism that every cat lover finds irresistible. The inquisitive look makes this little kitty impossible to ignore and is a great addition to your Farm World displays.
- Schleich designs their cats to be biologically accurate.
- Each figure is individually hand-painted.
- The cat's curious nature makes it a fun addition to any scene.
If you like the Schleich Standing Cat Animal Figure, you may also be interested in the Schleich Farm World Cat Animal Figure or the Schleich Farm World Sitting Cat Animal Figure.
Ways to Play with the Schleich Standing Cat
The Schleich Standing Cat Animal Figure is a great gift for children and any cat lover looking for an adorable display piece.
- Creating imaginary play scenes with the other cat figures that Schleich has to offer.
- Collect all the Schleich cat figures and notice the differences and similarities.
- Teach your children all about cats using the facts in the"About" section. Utilizing the figure, you can show all the details, and illustrate points, which helps children better retain the information.
- Play "I Spy" type games or hiding the cat behind your back and playing "20 Questions" to have them guess what you're holding.
- Schleich figures are the perfect size and accuracy for any school project diorama or report!
Schleich Farm World Standing Cat Collectors
If you're a Schleich collector and you enjoy the SchleichFarm World line , you'll want to add this Standing Cat to your collection. Whether you have it on display, you box them away, custom-paint them, or even add them to a full table diorama, this is sure to be a great addition to your collection.
Cats have an extraordinary sense of balance.
Even if they should fall, cats are able to twist and move their bodies to avoid getting seriously hurt.
Cats always land on their feet. It's true: If they fall back first, they first turn the head and front legs towards the floor, then the spine and then back legs.
By stretching the legs and spreading their paws, they cushion the fall, much like a parachute. With this ability, they can absorb almost any impact gently.
Domesticated house cats share 95.6% of their genetic make-up with tigers. They also share a lot of the same traits including scent, stalking and pouncing.
Schleich Farm World Standing Cat Fun Facts
Here at Maziply Toys, we enjoy fun facts, so here's a couple:
- The oldest known pet cat existed 9,500 years ago.
- Cats spend 70% of their lives sleeping.
- The Alaskan town of Talkeetna elected a cat to be the mayor. It remained the mayor for 20 years.
- A French cat named Felicette was shot into space on October 18th, 1963. It went up for 15 minutes and then returned to Earth safe and sound.
- A house cat can reach speeds up to 30 miles an hour!