Scottish Fold cat (Scottish Fold and Straight)
The first Scottish cats appeared in 1961, in Scotland. Scottish Fold or Scottish Fold is a short-haired cat, which is characterized by the characteristic structure of ears, bent slightly forward…

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Norwegian Forest Cat
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…

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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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compared with the Siberians

Siberian cat

Now it is almost impossible to establish where it came from and how the Siberian cat breed was formed. It can be assumed that from the European part of Russia cats with immigrant Cossacks got into Siberia, and then to the Far East. In a harsh Siberian climate and the cat was formed, which we now call the Siberian.

Long thick wool with a rich undercoat perfectly protected the Siberian cat from frost. In addition, the wool of the Siberian cat does not get wet, perfectly protecting it from rain and snow. Siberian cats colors can be very diverse. Continue reading

Preparation for the exhibition
The first exhibition is always an exciting event. The owner has a lot of questions, because you need to take into account every little thing. Where do you start your…

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Siberian cat
Now it is almost impossible to establish where it came from and how the Siberian cat breed was formed. It can be assumed that from the European part of Russia…

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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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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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