Egyptian Mau
Egyptian cat or Egyptian Mau includes the breed of short-haired cats. This breed was bred in America in the 50s of the last century, for which street Cairo cats were…

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American Bobtail
The American Bobtail is a breed of short-tailed cats, bred by North American felinologists in the second half of the last century. It is authentically known that the kitten, randomly…

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British longhair cat
British cats have long been deservedly popular all over the world. Many fans of the breed especially like their thick "plush" fur. But sometimes it happens that the British cats…

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Japanese bobtail

Long ago, the Japanese believed that the huge, terrible Nekomata cat lives high in the mountains. Its tail is like a snake, and it brings death and unhappiness to people. In order to deprive this horrible monster of the possibility of harm, the tails were cut off by innocent domestic cats. Cats are truly amazing creatures. They not only mutated in such a way that their tails began to bend and seem short, but also convinced the Japanese that a three-colored cat with a pompon tail brings happiness and success in business. True, it took a lot of time — several centuries. Continue reading

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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Ginger cat: a sign of happiness
Even in ancient times, it was believed that the red cat - is the support and hope of all the suffering and sick. It was the red cats and cats…

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Mekong bobtail
The legends about the cat's mysterious adventures of incredible beauties and handsome men with dark muzzles, legs and tails, guarding the treasures in the temples and palaces of the Ancient…

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Canadian Sphynx
The fact that bald cats Sphynx appeared for a long time, confirm the ancient facts. Perhaps even the Aztecs were engaged in their breeding. At the beginning of the twentieth…

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