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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...

Japanese bobtail

The Japanese Bobtail is a natural breed that comes from Japan. Unlike many present day breeds, the Japanese Bobtail has existed for centuries. The breed has been depicted in works of art that we know to be centuries old...

Cymric

It is thought that the Cymric Cat was named after Wales because this long haired version of the Manx was seen there some time ago. This seems likely as the north coast of Wales in about 50-70 miles south of the Isle of...

British

Generally known as a British Shorthair, a British, and often abbreviated to BSH, this breed usually live into their early teens but it has been known for them to live much longer but generally 15 years is an average...

American wirehair

American Wirehair cats are a breed that originated in upstate New York. The first American Wirehair cat appeared as a random coat mutation among a litter of six born to two barn cats. As of 2003, though this type of cat...

Sphinx

The Traditional Sphynx has been recognized as a distinct breed of domestic cat for many decades. The first documented report was given by the German naturalist, Johann Rudolph Rengger in his book, “Natural History of...

Siberian

This breed originates in Russia, and was first imported into the USA in 1990. Colour varieties of the Siberian vary and all colours are genetically possible, such as tabby, solid colours tortoiseshell colours and colour...

Persian

Contents 1 Introduction 2 Colours 3 Dietary requirements 4 Disease susceptibility 5 Breeders   Introduction Persians, with their long flowing coats and open pansy-like faces are the number one breed in popularity...

Malayan

The Malayan Cat is an another name given to certain types of Burmese Cats. Traditionally the Burmese cat was accepted as a brown cat therefore any other colour Burmese are classified separately as Malayan cats. A Malay...

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