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But on Friday, his KIIS FM co-hosts learned that there's more than one thing he's trying to not let slip out.During a hilarious segment, the 46-year-old's producer prompted him to begrudgingly reveal he'd been wearing adult nappies since contracting a nasty bout of gastro on Valentine's Day.
'The fact is they are handy, they're comfortable for wear' he said'But with these, I have full confidence!But in 1972, the Prior of the Grande Chartreuse denied that the monastery's archives held any records of the monks' use of any breed of cat resembling the Chartreux (Simonnet 19–37).Legend also has it that the Chartreux's ancestors were feral mountain cats from what is now Syria, brought back to France by returning Crusaders in the 13th century, many of whom entered the Carthusian monastic order.There is another representation of a Chartreux in 1747 in the Jean-Baptiste Perronneau's painting Magdaleine Pinceloup de la Grange into which the cat is painted as a pet which is quite rare at this time.There is a legend that the Chartreux are descended from cats brought to France by Carthusian monks to live in the order's head monastery, the Grande Chartreuse, located in the Chartreuse Mountains north of the city of Grenoble (Siegal 19).As for every French cat with a pedigree, the first letter of the official name of a Chartreux cat encodes the year of its birth.
All Chartreux born in the same year have official names beginning with the same letter.
A concerted effort by European breeders kept the breed from extinction. In 1987, the Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA) advanced the Chartreux breed to championship status (Siegal 19).
There are fewer than two dozen active Chartreux breeders in North America as of 2007.
The Chartreux is large and muscular (called cobby) with relatively short, fine-boned limbs, and very fast reflexes.
They are known for their blue (grey) water-resistant short hair double coats which are often slightly nappy in texture (often showing "breaks" like a sheepskin) and orange- or copper-colored eyes.
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