Do I need to cut the cats?
Nature has provided the cat with everything necessary - hunting skills, excellent eyesight and hearing, retractable claws, unique flexibility and grace, functional and beautiful coat. Cats are quite clean pets,…

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European shorthair cat
There is an opinion that European cats originate from Egyptian cats, which, in due time, were brought by Roman legionaries first to Italy, and from there the cats spread throughout…

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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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Two-colored cat: double treasure

The bicolor color of cats is differently called bicolor. As a rule, such features of color are peculiar only to some breeds of animals, and in general, bicolor cats were recognized quite recently – mainly in 1969, when they were actively shown at exhibitions and specially bred. Prior to this, two-colored cats for some reason were considered “defective.” Continue reading

Burmese Cat (Burmese)

The Burmese cat has a compact, dense, muscular torso of medium size. Looking at this neat animal, you can’t immediately say that there is a powerful, heavy beast in front of you. However, the first impression is deceptive. It is enough to take a Burmese cat in your arms to see how much it weighs.

Burmese hair is short, adjacent, unusual in its structure. To the touch the coat of cats of this breed resembles real silk. The appearance of the animal is complemented by expressive round eyes. All this gives the Burmese cat individuality. Continue reading

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 and cats with impeccable pedigree give long-haired offspring. For those who know the history of the breed and heard a little about genetics, this is not surprising. After all, the British cat breed was derived with the involvement of representatives of the Persian breed. The gene responsible for long hair turned out to be recessive. However, even more than a hundred years later, a certain combination of genes from time to time leads to the birth of British kittens with long hair. Continue reading

Burmese Cat (Burmese)
The Burmese cat has a compact, dense, muscular torso of medium size. Looking at this neat animal, you can’t immediately say that there is a powerful, heavy beast in front…

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Caraquet
A cat with dog habits and a “wild” appearance — approximately so briefly can be described a karaket. It seems that this animal combines all the best that can be…

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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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Burmese Cat (Burmese)
The Burmese cat has a compact, dense, muscular torso of medium size. Looking at this neat animal, you can’t immediately say that there is a powerful, heavy beast in front…

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