How did that adorable kitty come to be? Learn about the feline reproduction process.
Kittens: How They Come to Be
The Chartreux is the official cat of France. Dark grey, quiet, and intelligent, one wonders what the Chartreux is thinking with a face that is always smiling.
They come in all shapes, sizes, and colors. 21 per-cent of Americans have a domestic housecat.
They may be the mutts of the cat world but the Domestic Shorthair is the most popular pet in America.
The Turkish Van is a cat that has a swimmer's body. This is a good thing because this breed likes to swim.
The American Bobtail is a new breed that features a short, stubby tail, wild tabby colors, and a playful, friendly personality.
The Devon Rex is a cat with a most unique look, with very short curly hair and an active, mischievous, playful personality.
The LaPerm is a new breed that exhibits the Rex gene that gives it an elegant, striking, curly coat. They are affectionate and outgoing cats that make great pets.
The Snowshoe has the personality of a Siamese with coloring that is all its own, a white face and white feet. Snowshoes are very vocal and affectionate.
Meet the cat that inspired Lewis Carroll's Cheshire Cat. They are easy going and always look like they are smiling.
Thanks to a naturally occurring genetic mutation the Munchkin has very short legs. Being short is made up for with a sweet-natured, playful, and outgoing personality. Munchkins come in 3 sizes- Standard, Super Short, and rug-hugger.
The Australian Mist is a short-hair cat with a spotted coat. Like its name, it was originally bred in Australia, but other countries have started doing the same since then.
The Cheetoh is a new breed of cat that is known for having a large amount of energy and curiosity. If you can keep up... this might be the right cat for you!
The Bambino is a hairless cat and is a cross between a Sphynx and a dwarf breed cat. This is considered an expirimental breed and is catching on quickly!
Domestic Longhair cats are of mixed breed and their temparments can vary widely. They also require a large amount of grooming, so they aren't a cat that only needs a little bit of attention.
Looking for a little luck? The Japanese Bobtail may be for you!