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Bengal Cat Breed Care and Other Information

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[Collection] which comes from a family of registered cats that have bred Bengal kittens at Solana Ranch and Wildernesswell Bengals for their excellent quality. Bengal Kittens are a breed of cats that originated from the breeding of the small Asian leopard cat. They are bred for a variety of different cat breeds, such as Bengals, Leopards and Leopards - Bengals. The excellent quality of her Bengals is bred in combination with the Solanas Ranch Wilderness Well Bengals. I spent hours researching to find different breeders of Bengal cats in Pennsylvania, and you can see the list below. Why was he called the Bengal cat ? Individuals often ask Bengal Cat Rescue and Bengal breeders to help them positively identify a cat breed or cat of unknown origin. Bengal cats are named after the very distant related Bengal tiger, but the cat breed known as the Bengal cat, which is described as a small leopard, this is so far from the truth as the original Bengal is a much larger cat with a larger body siz

Egyptian Mau Cat Breed Care Information and Other Facts

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[Collection] the origin of the Egyptian Mau Although there is no concrete evidence for the origin of the Egyptian Mau, it has been speculated that the breed is a descendant of wild African cats. Mummified remains of ancient Egyptian cats have enabled scholars to compare DNA and conclude that modern Egyptians may have associated Mau cats with a breed that dates back more than 3,000 years. In ancient Egyptian art the spotted cat is depicted as a small prey hunter. Modern Egyptian Mau was discovered in 1952 by an exiled Russian princess named Nathalie Troubetskaya, who met a cat belonging to an Egyptian ambassador to Italy. The Mau resembles the spotted cat found in ancient artworks in Egypt, and it is believed that the breed may have been domesticated by African wildcats. She was brought to the United States via Italy and recognized as an official breed in 1977. The speed of the Egyptian cat This small cutie is the fastest domesticated cat breed, which runs at speeds of up to 30 km / h.

Russian Blue Cat Breed Complete Guide

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[Collection] The origin of  Russian Blue Cat This naturally occurring breed has had its trendy nickname since its inception at the beginning of the 20th century, but due to its proximity to the Russian Federation, it has always had its origins in Russia. The severe sub-polar winters have meant that these beautiful kittens have developed a tendency to get dressed for the cold, but luckily they are not overdressed in this wonderful climate. Russian blue has a silver tipping, which gives the cat a silvery sheen, creating a silky, plush feel. This is the breed that takes its name from the plush blue undercoat and the silvery shiny wax hair that gives a shiny, silver sheen. Russian blue cat shape While the North American registry recognizes only blue and gray coat colors, additional colors such as black and white can also be recognized. Another notable feature of the Russian blue is its emerald green eyes, which set off its head, which has been described as a cobra due to its unique shape.

Burmese Cat Breed Ultimate Breed Guide

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[Collection] The origin of Burmese Cat Breed There are many specific breeds that distinguish this breed from other cats, including its piercing yellow eyes and distinctive tail. Originally from Burma, Wong Mau was bred as a Siamese and brought to America in the 1930s. It was used to create one of the most popular cat breeds in North America, the Burmese cat. The Burmese breed has been established in Myanmar (formerly Burma) for hundreds of years. The legends behave as if the cats were once worshipped in Burmese temples and when the kingdom was founded, and they are contained in manuscripts created during the reign of King Aung San Suu Kyi, the first king of Burma. The weight and size of the Burmese cat Burmese cats weigh about 8 - 13 lbs and can be bred to weigh between 5 - 10 lbs, with a maximum weight of 10 - 15 lbs. Burmese cat, also known as "copper cat," is available in the USA and Canada, as well as in Europe, Asia and Australia. Burmese cat and its relationship to reli

Siamese Cat Breed Which is Right for You?

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[Collection] the height and weight of Siamese cat  Siamese cat breeders expect a healthy adult male to weigh between 9 and 14 pounds and a female between 10 and 12 pounds. Siamese have distinctive almond-shaped blue eyes, and their breeder expects healthy, long-haired, short-legged cats with a fine, glossy short coat. They have a fine, shiny, shorter coat and, like Sphynx cats, are largely hypoallergenic. The pointed ears are broad - based and large, making them one of the second largest ears in the Siamese cat family, only behind the Sphynx cat. The high-bred Siamese-cats show big ears in the relationship to its size, and they show bigger ears than most other cat-races. The Siamese is one of the most recognized cat breeds in the United States, with its light colored fur, striking blue eyes and long, long tail. Siamese Cat Breed shape If you are looking for a cat that will be your best friend, the social personality of the Siamese fits perfectly. The Siamese enjoys a home with a family

Ocicat Cat Breed the Perfect Pet For You?

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[Collection] The first breeder of Ocicats was Virginia Daly # 1 from Berkley, Michigan, who tried to breed Abyssinians and Siamese in 1964. The first generation of kittens appeared as "Abyssinians" and the result of the second generation were the "spotted kittens," which the breeder's daughter called "OCICats." Other breeders followed suit and used the same name for their first and second generations of cats, but with a different breed name. Virginia Daly tried to create a breed of Ocicat with a mixture of Abyssinian, Siamese and American shorthair that was born in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Although no cross was registered to produce an "OCICat," the "American Shortair" was introduced into the OCicats in 1974, giving the breed a larger bone structure and adding silver to the 6 colours. Mrs. Virginia crossed Abyssinian and Siamese in an attempt to produce an "Abyssinian - pointed" Siamese. The offspring produced "

Persian Cat Breed the Best Companion?

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[Collection] There are many different types of Persian cats, and there is no doubt that there are personalities that are typical for each breed of cat. Persians can command a touch of royalty as they tend to be relaxed and carefree, but you can have a Persian cat rescue that is completely different from your typical personality. Persian cat colors range from black, white, red, orange, blue, yellow, green, purple, black and white, making it appear as if there are many different types of Persian cats. Words used to describe a Persian include gentle, docile, and sweet, and they may not hiss or scratch quickly, but that does not mean they are annoyed when they are harassed by noisy children or pets. Although calm and calm, the Persian also has a playful side and is always interested in the game and is waiting for you if you ask him. The Persian is bred as a relaxed breed, with a high level of intelligence and a good sense of humor. Their purr and sound make them affectionate and relaxed -