American Curl

American Curl

The American Curl is a breed that is characterized by its very soft and thick fur coat, and the special curl ears that take a reversed “C” curve towards the center of the head. In some types, the ears curl backwards from the face to the center of the back part of skull. However, the kittens are born with straight normal looking ears that begin to curl within 10 days until the fourth month. The ears of American Curl cats are very sensitive and need a delicate handling for the…

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Polydactyl Cats

Polydactyl Cats

The Polydactyl Cat breed is one of the favorite breeds that collected almost all good traits and easy going features. Polydactyl cats are simple-looking; short or long haired and they come in different colors. The cats were first recognized 200 years ago with the special anomaly polydactylism that occurred ever since the appearance of the breed and involved them into many superstitious problems during the medieval era. Polydactyl cats are usually medium sized, almost 11 pound when fully grown, and the length of the hair differs from one cat to…

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American Bobtail

American Bobtail 1

Source : My other website www.healthiana.com The American Bobtail breed was developed basically to bear harsh environments and survive feral conditions. The breed was developed around 1960, and breeders continued keeping that strong, beautiful-looking breed. The Cats are characterized by their tough, yet adorable look, with strong, muscular thighs. The body is long, rectangular and smooth without any prominent parts, ensuring flexibility, to help the cat moving around rough grounds and climb trees. The American Bobtail Cat, in its look, is similar to a few other breeds from which it…

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Ringtail Cat

Ringtail Cat 2

Source : My other website www.healthiana.com The American Ringtail cat is one of the uncommon breeds that were found in the United States in 1998 as a single kitten survived after labor, and grew up with its special feature to be bred with another that has relative features, and produced the so called “American Ringtail, Sing-a-Ling”. The cat is characterized by its rectangular, long body that is semi-muscular and medium sized. The males often weigh from 3 KG, to nearly 7 KG, and the females weigh up to 5 KG…

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Arabian Mau Cat

Arabian Mau Cat 3

Source : My other website www.healthiana.com The Arabian Mau cat breed is defined as the original/natural cat breed that lived in gulf countries such as Arabian Peninsula, Dubai, United Arab of Emirates, Kuwait and Bahrain. The breed is relative to the desert cats, but as we still can not say that the breed is endangered, we may indicate that finding a pure Arabian Mau is not very common. The cat population in desert was affected by the continuous attempts to build new cities; thus, the cats were moving to live…

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Lynx Cat

Lynx Cat 4

The Lynx is classified as a type of wild cats that is distributed in several places other than The United States, and recently people keep some types as pets. The Lynx is usually a medium-sized cat with large paws, thick fur and bobtail. The coat color is more relevant to brown, gold and hazel or beige, with a mix of color gradients that give a nice appearance with the black swirling all over the coat. Some Lynx types have different coat patterns like swirls & spots, or they are perfectly…

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