Cat Breeds

10 Most Popular Brown Cat Breeds

Brown cats are not particularly rare. Brown, especially brown tabby (brown with black stripes) is a very common color in cats. Solid brown cats are somewhat less common, and can be strikingly beautiful. In some breeds, the solid brown color is called chocolate. Some pointed breeds also come in brown colors, such as the seal point Siamese. In cats, brown...

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Are Siamese Cats Hypoallergenic?

As one of the most recognizable cat breeds in the world, the Siamese has a reputation for being graceful and talkative. They’ve even been described as “regal” and nicknamed the Royal Cat of Siam. Their striking color-pointed fur complete with masks and socks makes them a favorite among cat people, and they also have another characteristic that people love: they’re...

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7 Cat Breeds That Actually Like Water

We know that cats our individuals by nature, but there are many cats out there of various breeds and mixed breeds that share common traits. One thing that most cats are not a fan of is water. However, there seem to be particular breeds of cats that like water and are here to debunk the theory that cats hate water....

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Meet 8 Of The Fluffiest Cat Breeds On Earth

Who doesn’t love fluffy cats? Those long, glorious coats feel luxurious and make fluffy cats look like tiny lions. Some cats have long hair but aren’t necessarily fluffy. The thing that makes a longhaired cat a truly fluffy cat is the texture of the hair and sometimes the presence of an undercoat. Whether longhaired or shorthaired, some cats have double...

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Tabby Cats – Colors, Lifespan, Personality, and Fun Facts

Many people refer to their cats as tabbies without really knowing what the term means. Rather than referring to a specific breed, the word “tabby” is a reference to a certain coat pattern commonly seen in both domestic and wild cats. Tabbies often have stripes, swirls, or spots of color on their coats determined by their breed and individual genetics....

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All About The Lykoi Cat Breed

Wow, the Lykoi cat. What is it? Where did it come from? Why does it look that way? These are questions that have been asked over and over since the Lykoi started as a breed. I hope to answer these questions and many more in the following story. History The Lykoi started their journey to becoming a breed in 2011....

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Tortoiseshell Cats: Facts, Personality, Lifespan And Pictures

Cats are acknowledged for having reputable characters, which can vary from playful and devoted to unfriendly and independent. There are many varieties of cat breeds and lots of different colors. One coloring is the tortoiseshell, and felines with this kind of fur are recognized as Tortoiseshell cats. What Is a Tortoiseshell Cat? The term "Tortoiseshell" was derived from the mishmash...

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11 Best Indoor Cat Breeds For Homebodies

There are several cat breeds that want nothing more than to spend their days indoors lounging on the couch. However, indoor cats need physical and mental stimulation to reduce stress and stay entertained. Because cats like to pounce and chase, they need toys to play with and encourage exercise. Many cat breeds are satisfied staying indoors if offered enough companionship and...

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5 Things You Didn’t Know About The Cashmere Bengal Cat

Bred to look wild and exotic, the Bengal cat breed is popular around the world. These leopard-spotted house cats were originally developed by breeding domestic cats with wild Asian leopard cats. Those early-generation cats were more wild than domestic, but through careful breeding, the generations available today are loyal, friendly, and overall great house cats. Even with a wide range...

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The 7 Most Adorable Flat-Faced Cat Breeds

No doubt about it, flat-faced cat breeds are adorable. The short nose, short muzzle, round face, and large eyes give flat-faced felines a very human expression, which cat lovers often find irresistible. A flat face is a genetically inherited trait seen in a handful of cat breeds (as well as some dog breed, such as the Pug). The scientific term...

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