As you may be aware, most cats today come from wild background and wild cat heritage. In those days, the bengal cat ran wild, ate no tinned sardines, no pelet cat food and had no preservatives in its food.
The Bengal Cats were sporty, hunting smaller creatures to eat them, wild and happy!
Todays domesticated cat, (and especially the bengal cats) still have it in their blood to hunt and love raw foods. Bengal cats, although domesticated are still wild in their hearts! As much as it may disgust their owners, bengal cats just love eating that raw chicken or fish and tearing the skin and meat off it’s bones.
The Persian Cat is a longhaired cat characterized by its round face and short muzzle.
Its name refers to Persia, the former name of Iran, where similar looking cats live. Persian cats were first bred by the English, and then mainly by American breeders after the Second World War. In Britain, Persian cats are mostly reffered to as the ‘Longhair’ or ‘Persian Longhair’.
Selective breeding of the Persian cat carried out by breeders has created a wide variety of different coat colors, but has also led to the creation of increasingly flat-faced Persians.
A show-quality Persian has an extremely long and thick coat, short legs, a wide head with the ears set far apart, large eyes, and an extremely shortened muzzle. The breed was originally established with a short muzzle, but over time, this characteristic has become extremely exaggerated, particularly in North America. Persian cats can be any color including Continue reading →
What Kind of Cat Breed is the Maine Coon Cat? The Main Coon Cat, is a long haired domestic cat breed which comes from Maine, USA.
History of the Maine Coon Cat:
There are many tales as to how the Maine Coon cat came to America.
Here are a few of these tales:
When Marie Antoinette tried to escape from France, she loaded her ship with some of her most beloved posetions, including six of her most beloved longhaired cats. Although she didn’t make it to America her cats did, landing on the Coast of Main where they mated with the Norwegian Forest cat and become today’s Maine Coon Cat.
Other people believe that the maine coon cats were brought over to America by Continue reading →
The Ragdoll cat is a semi-longhaired cat breed with blue eyes and a distinct colorpoint coat. Ragdoll cats are large and have a soft and silky fur coat. They were developed by American breeder Ann Baker, and are best known for their docile and placid temperament and affectionate nature.
Why are they called Ragdolls? The first ragdoll cats were named so after they would go limp whenever lifted up.
Ragdoll Cats Temperament and Characteristics
The Ragdoll Cat is one of the largest domesticated cat breeds with a sturdy body, large frame and proportionate legs. A fully-grown female Continue reading →
The Abyssinian cats are the most popular breeds of shorthair cats in the USA. Read all about Abyssinian cats temperaments, abyssinian cat origins and all you need to know about abyssinian cats before buying an abyssinian kitten!
Abyssinians are medium sized cats, with a strong, lithe body, slender legs and a fine bone structure. The Abyssinian cat has alert, relatively large pointed ears. Abyssinians have almond shaped eyes which vary between either gold, green, hazel or copper. Their paws are small and oval shaped. The Abyssinian cat’s tail is fairly long, being broad at the base and tapering to a point.
A m-shaped marking is often found in the fur on the forehead. The m-shaped marking, also called “frown lines”, appears above the Abyssinian’s eyes. The abyssinian cat breed has a Continue reading →
Some cat breed shed and some cats don’t. The ones that shed hairs, can be quite agravating to some people as their hairs go everywhere. Also, some people are allergic to cat hair and therefore can’t have a cat in the house even if its their favorite creature!
Other people, just can’t stand the constant work of cleaning up the cat hairs from tables, couches, cushions, pillowcases, beds, floor mats, counter tops, radios, TVs, computers ( TVs, computers and radios attract a LOT of cat hairs to them because they are electronic!) and so much more….
So what to do if you are allergic to cat hairs, don’t like cat hairs and don’t want to clean up after cat hairs? The answer is this: Either suffer it or get a hairless cat breed.
Hairless Cat Breeds are breed that don’t shed!
Oh wonderful! Where can we find such a cat? Well, there are a few different types of hairless cat breeds such as Sphynx, Peterbold cat, Bambino Cats, Kohana cats (an extremely rare Hawaiian hairless cat breed).
Although the hairless cat breeds are so convenient to have as you don’t have to clean up after them, shampoo their furr, brush it and there is also no danger of them getting ticks on them or fleas as you can see if they have them; there are also some other points that need to be considered before getting a hairless cat.
Hairless cat breeds don’t have the fur to protect them from the cold, from the sun, the snow, from getting cut up if they go through bushes or from any enemy animal biting them.
Hairless cats can easilier get cut and gashed since they have no fur to protect their skin.
Hairless cat breeds will get terribly burned if you don’t watch out! So make sure to keep them out of the sun almost all day long and don’t let them outside if you can help it!
Some tips when caring for a hairless cat:
Keep your cat indoors at all sunny times except in the evenings, or cloudy days when no sun shines.
If you do want to let your hair less cat outside, then make sure to cream her up nicely against the sun with suncream, like you would do for a baby.