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The Calico cat is a black cat, a member of the family Malacos, who was the first of the cat breeds to be bred in captivity.
He is a cat who was raised by a circus and became a symbol of circus-related animal cruelty in the 1980s and 90s.
The cat has also become an icon for animal rights activists who have raised the issue of captivity in the entertainment industry.
Cats were kept in large cages and were often treated as commodities for human consumption, according to a 2007 article in The Associated Press.
While they have a wide range of physical attributes, including eyes, paws, ears and tail, cats have the most challenging part of being trained to perform tricks and perform tricks on each other.
They are also vulnerable to disease, with studies showing they suffer from poor health, such as lung disease and obesity.
The cat breed was designed to be as tame as possible, with its paws and ears being kept in a narrow enclosure to minimize the chance of biting humans.
In the United States, Calico cats are considered the most dangerous cat breed, according a 2012 report by the American Humane Association.
The group also found that Calico breeders have bred dangerous cats in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and France.
In fact, it is illegal in the U.S. to own or keep a Calico.
According to the Humane Society of the United Nations, there are about 20 million Calico felines currently in the wild.
When the Calicos were first bred, they were given a single, solitary pen and lived in a cage, where they had no access to the outside world.
Calico owners were not allowed to visit their cats.
This meant that they could live out their days playing with each other, but also in the cage, a place where they were kept very isolated and isolated from the rest of the animal world, according the Humane Union.
The Calico cat was one of the first cats to be created in captivity, and it was a breeding success.
The cat breed has been used by the circus, circus owners and other animal rights organizations to promote cruelty and human rights abuses in the animal industry, according an Associated Press article from 2015.
The Associated the news agency also said that in 2007, a circus owner in Tennessee named John Tatum began selling Calico kittens to circuses across the country, which led to the introduction of a new breed of Calico that was not as dangerous as the original one.