Siamese cat
Siamese cats belong to the Oriental Shorthair breeds of cats. The history of the origin of the rock is orientally shrouded in legends and is not known for certain. Only…

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Neva Masquerade Cat
Felinological organizations registered the Neva Masquerade Cat as a separate breed recently - in the nineties of the twentieth century. Until that time, large fluffy cats with blue eyes and…

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10 reasons to take a cat from a shelter
So, you decided to have a cat at home. You would like to change the habitual way of life in the direction of a small chaos. Fur mice and bows…

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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 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

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 City (Siam), come to life when you look into their eyes. The bright blue look fascinates, and contrary to all feline rules, Mekong Bobtails are in no hurry to look away. They say that they often accompanied the Thai princesses during their walks and substituted their amazing tails under the precious rings of the princesses when they were taken before bathing and bathing. The kink at the tip of the tail did not allow the precious rings to slip to the ground. Continue reading

British shorthair cat

What qualities are strongly associated with the Victorian era? Most likely, it is aristocracy and power. For many people, the British Shorthair cat has the same associations. And this is not surprising – because the breed was bred by English gentlemen and presented to the public in the seventies of the nineteenth century. British cats were obtained by crossing native cats with representatives of other breeds, among which were Persian cats. The British Shorthair cat had an expressive appearance, sociable character, excellent hunting qualities and good health. Continue reading

Abyssinian cat
The Abyssinian cat is remarkably similar to the images of cats that can be seen in ancient Egyptian frescoes. Therefore, many breeders like the legend that these cats are descendants…

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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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Bengal cat
Bengal cats are a unique breed, obtained by a hybrid way. In the forests of India, China, Thailand, and the Philippines, Felis Bengalensis, the animals of the cat family, have…

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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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