Tricolor cats - tricolor happiness
Probably, everyone who loves cats, has repeatedly heard in his life a famous belief that tricolor cats in any home bring happiness and special patronage. And white cats with black…

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Maine Coon
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…

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American curl
The history of the American Curl cat breed began in June 1981, in the town of Lakewood (California). A black kitten with a half-length of wool and unusual curls of…

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Turkish van

Turkish van

The Turkish van is a cat called “van katu” in its historic homeland, which means “Van Lake cat”. According to local legend, these snow-white cats caught mice on Noah’s Ark, and when they reached the land, Allah blessed them with his touch. In those places, which touched the divine hand, wool acquired a crimson hue. These cats came to Europe during the time of the Crusades, but their purposeful breeding began in England in the sixties of the last century. Continue reading

Coloring cats: the most incredible options
Thanks to constant crossbreeding and various experiments, felinologists managed to bring out a lot of feline colors, many of which look simply amazing and unusual. However, the genetics of cats'…

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How to choose a gift for a cat
Almost every cat owner at least once, but gave her some birthday present, New Year, World Cat Day or Animal Protection Day. Perhaps it was new toys, bowls, lounger or…

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Burmese cat (sacred burma)
The origin of the Burmese cat, as befits an eastern beauty, is shrouded in mystery. According to a popular legend, these cats descend from sacred temple animals, several individuals of…

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Persian cat
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…

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