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The first longhair cats were introduced to Europe in the seventeenth century from Persia and Turkey. It is believed that modern Persian cats lead their pedigree from them. For many years, breeding developed an appearance that is not confused with any other breed.
The Persians have a powerful body on firm paws, they have a round head, a bulging forehead, full cheeks and a broad, snub-nosed nose, widely spaced small shaggy ears with rounded tips. Continue reading
The Norwegian Forest Cat is an aboriginal Scandinavian cat breed. Its origin is not known for certain, but according to legend, it was such big fluffy cats that were harnessed to the chariot of the Norse goddess of love and fertility. The ancient sagas contain references to huge fluffy troll cats that could climb a sheer cliff. Continue reading
Maine Coon breed – native, leading its pedigree from the big fluffy cats, tirelessly catching mice on North American farms. Hardy, good-natured and agile animals enjoyed the deserved love of the owners. They were nicknamed “Maine raccoons” for their fluffy long tail, and this name was given to the Maine Coon cat breed in the nineteenth century. Continue reading