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Often called the Domestic Shorthair or Domestic Longhair, stray and non-pedigree cats are by far the largest population of cats in the U.S. Coming in every shape, size, color, energy level and temperament, these randomly bred felines can make great companions and many are probably available for adoption at your local animal shelter or rescue group.

Be a hero: adopt your next cat companion. Be sure to check out our article on what to expect when you're adopting a dog or cat and remember that each cat is an individual.

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Size: Varied
Energy Level: Varied
Playfulness: Varied
Affection Level: Varied
Vocality: Varied
Intelligence: Varied
Grooming Needs: Varied
Dog-Like?: Varied

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