Felipedia

Russian blue

Although most of the Russian Blue’s early history is unknown, it is believed that British sailors who worked on board merchant vessels would bring blue cats to England in their travels from the shore of the White...

Norwegian forest

Contents 1 History 2 Appearance 3 Temperament 4 Grooming 5 Breeding 6 Housepet potential, space & exercise 7 Disease susceptibility 8 References   History While Norway has a rich history of cat legends, the...

Kashmir

Originating in North America in the 20th century, the Kashmir is one of the newer breeds of Persians. Many organizations only recognize it as a color variation of the Persian and do not distinguish it as a unique breed...

Exotic shorthair

The Exotic Shorthair Cat (Or Exotic) was created by crossbreeding Persians and British Shorthairs and American Shorthairs. They have nearly the same body as the Persian, but a thick, dense short coat. They appeal to...

Devon rex

The Devon Rex is a breed of unique appearance. Its large eyes, short muzzle, prominent cheekbones, curly whiskers and huge, low-set ears create a characteristic elfin look. The Devon Rex is a fine to medium build, small...

Burmese

An active show off with a stunning sable brown coat that any feline would envy, the Burmese is a combination stand up (and roll over) comic and Olympic athlete. The breed is prone to ocular discharge, so supplementing...

Balinese

Balinese cats are a breed of oriental cats with long hair and Siamese-style markings, or points. Balinese cats resemble a Siamese with a medium-length silky coat and a plumed tail, but not nearly as fluffy as a...

Tiffany

The Australian Tiffanie is a very new breed of cat, having only been recognised in 1999 by the Waratah State Cat Alliance. Australian Tiffanies are descended from the Burmilla, itself a fairly new breed (since 1981)...

Ragdoll

The Ragdoll is a relatively new breed of cat which was first bred by Ann Baker in California, USA in the 1960s. It is a common misconception that the Ragdoll was bred from the Birman breed but it is important to note...

Manx

The Manx cat originates from the Isle of Man, an island off the coast of Britain in the Irish Sea. It is widely believed that because of this isolation the Manx Cat developed its tail-less trait. Today, the Manx is...