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Somali cats are a breed of domestic cat that originated in Somalia, East Africa. They have a long, slender body and an elegant look

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Background imageSomali Collection: africa, Seychelles, Praslin. Cousin Island Special Nature Reserve. A white tailed tropicbird, flying

africa, Seychelles, Praslin. Cousin Island Special Nature Reserve. A white tailed tropicbird, flying

Background imageSomali Collection: Africa, Seychelles, Praslin. Anse Volbert, rocks in the ocean

Africa, Seychelles, Praslin. Anse Volbert, rocks in the ocean

Background imageSomali Collection: Africa, Seychelles, La Digue. Fishing boat returning to the harbour

Africa, Seychelles, La Digue. Fishing boat returning to the harbour

Background imageSomali Collection: Africa, Seychelles, Praslin. A rainbow over the ocean seen from Anse Volbert

Africa, Seychelles, Praslin. A rainbow over the ocean seen from Anse Volbert

Background imageSomali Collection: Africa, Seychelles, La Digue. Funny Bar sign board on Anse Severe beach

Africa, Seychelles, La Digue. Funny Bar sign board on Anse Severe beach

Background imageSomali Collection: Africa, Seychelles, La Digue. The beautiful beach of Petite Anse

Africa, Seychelles, La Digue. The beautiful beach of Petite Anse

Background imageSomali Collection: Africa, Seychelles, La Digue. Beach, sand, waves, clouds at Grand Anse

Africa, Seychelles, La Digue. Beach, sand, waves, clouds at Grand Anse

Background imageSomali Collection: africa, Seychelles, Praslin. The private hotel Island Chauve Souris Relais

africa, Seychelles, Praslin. The private hotel Island Chauve Souris Relais

Background imageSomali Collection: africa, Seychelles, Mahe. A close up on the Anse Soleil beach

africa, Seychelles, Mahe. A close up on the Anse Soleil beach

Background imageSomali Collection: Migrants walk along railway tracks after crossing the Canada-U. S. border in Emerson

Migrants walk along railway tracks after crossing the Canada-U. S. border in Emerson
A group of migrants who said they were from Djibouti and Somalia walk along railway tracks after crossing the Canada-U.S. border in Emerson, Manitoba, Canada, March 27, 2017

Background imageSomali Collection: Merti, Northern Kenya. A child on top of a camel as a nomadic family migrates

Merti, Northern Kenya. A child on top of a camel as a nomadic family migrates

Background imageSomali Collection: Isiolo, Northern Kenya. A camel in a traditional Somali Boma

Isiolo, Northern Kenya. A camel in a traditional Somali Boma

Background imageSomali Collection: Isiolo, Northern Kenya. A traditional Somali pastoralist with a camel in his Boma

Isiolo, Northern Kenya. A traditional Somali pastoralist with a camel in his Boma

Background imageSomali Collection: Merti, Northern Kenya. A nomadic Somali family migrates to find new grazing in drought

Merti, Northern Kenya. A nomadic Somali family migrates to find new grazing in drought conditions

Background imageSomali Collection: Isiolo, Northern Kenya. Donkeys are loaded up with water at a drying up river bed

Isiolo, Northern Kenya. Donkeys are loaded up with water at a drying up river bed

Background imageSomali Collection: North of Merti, Northern Kenya. Camels drink at a northern watering hole

North of Merti, Northern Kenya. Camels drink at a northern watering hole

Background imageSomali Collection: North of Merti, Northern Kenya. Cows drink at a northern watering hole

North of Merti, Northern Kenya. Cows drink at a northern watering hole

Background imageSomali Collection: Merti, Northern Kenya. Turkana women dance to welcome their guests

Merti, Northern Kenya. Turkana women dance to welcome their guests

Background imageSomali Collection: A bundled-up baby rests as Somali refugees arrive by bus to the reception center at

A bundled-up baby rests as Somali refugees arrive by bus to the reception center at Ifo settlement at Kenyas Dadaab Refugee Camp, situated northeast of the capital Nairobi near the Somali border

Background imageSomali Collection: Camels are seen before being exported to Middle East countries, at the loading zone

Camels are seen before being exported to Middle East countries, at the loading zone at the sea port in Somalias capital Mogadishu August 3, 2013

Background imageSomali Collection: Flag Somalia

Flag Somalia

Background imageSomali Collection: Alima - a very beautiful woman from Somalia

Alima - a very beautiful woman from Somalia, wearing a wrap-around dress of patterned fabric, headscarf and bead necklace. Date: circa late 1920s

Background imageSomali Collection: Portrait of a Somalian in Gobuin, 1920-1940 (print on double-weight paper)

Portrait of a Somalian in Gobuin, 1920-1940 (print on double-weight paper)
3563501 Portrait of a Somalian in Gobuin, 1920-1940 (print on double-weight paper) by Unknown photographer, (20th century); (add.info.: Somalia, Gobuin)

Background imageSomali Collection: Zootechnic farm in Giliale

Zootechnic farm in Giliale. Africa Somalia, Giliale. Date of Photograph:1930-1945

Background imageSomali Collection: Plantation of papaya trees in Somalia

Plantation of papaya trees in Somalia. Africa. Date of Photograph:1930-1945

Background imageSomali Collection: Man showing the fruits of a female papaya tree

Man showing the fruits of a female papaya tree Africa Somalia. Date of Photograph:1930-1945

Background imageSomali Collection: Men at work for the transport of sugar cane in Somalia

Men at work for the transport of sugar cane in Somalia Africa. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: Man photographed in a sugar cane plantation

Man photographed in a sugar cane plantation. Africa Somalia. Date of Photograph:1930-1945

Background imageSomali Collection: The cotton harvest in Somalia

The cotton harvest in Somalia Africa. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: A group of Somalian men transporting large tree trunks

A group of Somalian men transporting large tree trunks Africa. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: Interior of a sugar factory in Somalia with men at work

Interior of a sugar factory in Somalia with men at work Africa. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: Ambulatory and Hospital for the natives in the village of Duca degli Abruzzi, Somalia

Ambulatory and Hospital for the natives in the village of Duca degli Abruzzi, Somalia Africa. Date of Photograph:1930-1945

Background imageSomali Collection: The Antonio Cecchi Hospital in the village Duca degli Abruzzi in Somalia

The Antonio Cecchi Hospital in the village Duca degli Abruzzi in Somalia Africa. Date of Photograph:1930-1945

Background imageSomali Collection: Cotton gin and pressing shop in a Somalian village

Cotton gin and pressing shop in a Somalian village Africa. Date of Photograph:1930-1945

Background imageSomali Collection: Man on the cableway built for the transport of people and goods over the river Scebeli, Somalia

Man on the cableway built for the transport of people and goods over the river Scebeli, Somalia Africa. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: Construction of a bridge on a drainage channel

Construction of a bridge on a drainage channel. Africa Somalia. Date of Photograph:1930-1945

Background imageSomali Collection: Construction of a platform for a topsoil unloader, Somalia

Construction of a platform for a topsoil unloader, Somalia Africa Somalia. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: Somalian women having tea

Somalian women having tea Africa. Date of Photograph:1920 - 1930 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: A coconut plantation in Somalia

A coconut plantation in Somalia Africa. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: Somalian women busy gathering fodder

Somalian women busy gathering fodder. Africa. Date of Photograph:1930-1945

Background imageSomali Collection: The mills of the S.S.S. sugar factory in Somalia

The mills of the S.S.S. sugar factory in Somalia Africa. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: Weather station in the village Duca degli Abruzzi in Somalia

Weather station in the village Duca degli Abruzzi in Somalia Africa. Date of Photograph:1930 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: Three men work in the press room of an oil mill in Somalia

Three men work in the press room of an oil mill in Somalia Africa Somalia. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: The bridge King Victor Emanuel III in Somalia

The bridge King Victor Emanuel III in Somalia Africa. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: Supply building at the bottom of a port named Regina Elena, Somalia

Supply building at the bottom of a port named Regina Elena, Somalia Africa Somalia. Date of Photograph:1930 - 1945 ca

Background imageSomali Collection: Tomb of a saintly man honored by the local fishermen. Gesira Island. Somalia

Tomb of a saintly man honored by the local fishermen. Gesira Island. Somalia Somalia Gesira Island. Date of Photograph:1973

Background imageSomali Collection: Jalalaxi: the River Uebi Shabelle near a camp, women working and carrying water

Jalalaxi: the River Uebi Shabelle near a camp, women working and carrying water Somalia Jalalaxi. Date of Photograph:1972

Background imageSomali Collection: A starfish dried in the sun

A starfish dried in the sun Somalia. Date of Photograph:1972



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Somali Collection

Somali cats are a breed of domestic cat that originated in Somalia, East Africa. They have a long, slender body and an elegant look. They have large ears and almond-shaped eyes that come in shades of green, blue or amber. Their coats are usually ticked tabby with shades of red or ruddy brown on the back and sides. Somali cats are active, intelligent and social animals that love to play and interact with their owners and can be quite vocal at times but generally make good family pets if given enough attention. Somali cats require regular grooming to keep their coats healthy and free from mats or tangles. With proper care they can live up to 15 years or more.
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Our beautiful Wall Art and Photo Gifts include Framed Prints, Photo Prints, Poster Prints, Canvas Prints, Jigsaw Puzzles, Metal Prints and so much more

The Somali cat collection from Media Storehouse offers a wide range of products featuring this beautiful breed of domestic feline. Customers can choose from wall art, framed prints, photo prints, canvas prints, jigsaw puzzles and greeting cards to adorn their homes with images of these elegant animals. The Somali cat is known for its long-haired coat in various shades such as ruddy, red or blue. They are playful and affectionate pets that make great companions for families and individuals alike. Our collection showcases the unique features of the Somali cat through stunning photographs that capture their beauty and charm. Whether you're looking to add a touch of elegance to your home or searching for the perfect gift for a cat lover in your life, the Somali cat collection from Media Storehouse has something for everyone.
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What are Somali (Cats (Domestic) Mammals Animals) art prints?

Somali cat art prints are high-quality reproductions of original artwork featuring the Somali breed of domestic cats. These beautiful animals have long, silky fur and strikingly large ears that make them stand out from other feline breeds. The art prints showcase the unique beauty and personality of these cats in a variety of styles, including realistic portraits, whimsical illustrations, and abstract designs. These prints are perfect for cat lovers who want to add some feline flair to their home or office decor. They come in a range of sizes and can be framed or mounted on canvas for a polished look. Whether you're looking for a statement piece to hang above your sofa or a small print to display on your desk, there's sure to be a Somali cat art print that fits your style. We offer an extensive collection of Somali cat art prints from talented artists around the world. Each print is carefully produced using state-of-the-art printing technology to ensure vibrant colors and crisp details that will last for years to come.
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What Somali (Cats (Domestic) Mammals Animals) art prints can I buy from Media Storehouse?

We offer a wide range of Somali cat art prints that are perfect for any feline lover. These beautiful prints showcase the unique and elegant features of this domestic breed, capturing their playful personalities and striking appearance. You can choose from a variety of styles, including photographic portraits, abstract designs, and colorful illustrations. Whether you're looking to decorate your home or office with stunning artwork or want to give a thoughtful gift to someone special, we have something for everyone. Our collection includes high-quality prints in various sizes and formats such as canvas prints, framed prints, metal wall art, and more. From adorable kittens to regal adults lounging in the sun or playing with toys; these Somali cat art prints are sure to bring joy and beauty into any space they adorn. So why not browse through our selection today?
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How do I buy Somali (Cats (Domestic) Mammals Animals) art prints?

To buy Somali cat art prints from Media Storehouse, you can browse through our extensive collection of animal artwork. Once you have found the print that you like, simply select the size and framing options that suit your preferences. You can choose from a range of materials for your frame, including wood, metal or canvas. To complete your purchase, add the item to your cart and proceed to checkout. Here you will be prompted to enter your shipping and payment details. We accept various forms of payment such as credit cards and PayPal. Once your order has been processed, it will be printed on high-quality paper using state-of-the-art printing technology before being shipped directly to your address. Buying Somali cat art prints from Media Storehouse is an easy process that allows you to bring beautiful feline artwork into your home or office space with ease.
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How much do Somali (Cats (Domestic) Mammals Animals) art prints cost?

The cost of Somali cat art prints varies depending on the size, framing options and quality of the print. We offer a wide range of Somali cat art prints that are available in different sizes and formats such as canvas, framed or unframed prints. The prices for these art prints may also vary based on the type of paper used for printing, with higher quality papers costing more than standard ones. Additionally, limited edition or signed prints may be priced differently from regular ones due to their rarity and exclusivity. However, regardless of the price point, all Somali cat art prints offered by Media Storehouse are created using high-quality materials and printing techniques to ensure that they capture the beauty and unique characteristics of this beloved feline breed. Whether you're looking for a small print to add some charm to your home decor or a larger piece to make a statement in your living space, there's sure to be an option that fits your budget at Media Storehouse.
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How will my Somali (Cats (Domestic) Mammals Animals) art prints be delivered to me?

Your Somali cat art prints will be delivered to you through our trusted and reliable shipping partners. We ensure that your order is carefully packaged and shipped in a secure manner, so that it arrives at your doorstep in pristine condition. Our delivery options include standard shipping as well as expedited shipping for urgent orders. We offer worldwide delivery, so no matter where you are located, we can get your art prints to you. You can track the progress of your shipment using the tracking number provided to you via email once your order has been dispatched. We take great pride in providing high-quality products and exceptional customer service. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase or have any questions about the delivery process, please do not hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to assist you.