Cat Breeds

Abyssinian

Abyssinian

Although the exact origin of the Abyssinian cat still remains cloudy, available records indicate that development of the breed occurred in Britain. In 1929 it was a time that the breed was introduced in the USA and France.

American Bobtail

American Bobtail

The American Bobtail is a great cat for long drives, truck drivers love them. They love to travel and learn to adapt to a family who travels. Yup if you love to travel, then this kitty will be right at home traveling right beside you.

American Curl

American Curl

This cat breed is nicely built, muscular, graceful, medium in size, characterized by quirky backward-curling ears. American Curls are bred in shorthaired and longhaired types. The Curl’s coat can be absolutely different in color, from tortoiseshell to solid.

American Shorthair

American Shorthair

These cats were originally working cats that controlled rats, mice and other vermin on board ships and later in homesteads, farms and places of business. Since then these hardy, sociable cats have become popular domestic cat breeds.

Asian Сat

Asian Сat

The term Asian, as distinct from the Burmilla, Tiffany and Bombay, covers all those other colors and patterns arising from the original Burmilla breeding program. Sweet-natured and graceful, they are a popular addition to the Cat Fancy.

Balinese Cat

Balinese Cat

The Balinese Cat consists is a very unique breed. It is a highly intelligent creature that is available in two unique sub breeds – the apple head and the wedge head. In keeping with the appearance and the personality of this breed its history is rather interesting.

Bambino Cat

Bambino Cat

The Bambino Cat is a combination of a Munchkin and Hairless Sphinx. Its skin is very flexible and it feels kind of like a furry peach to the touch. It is a very affection cat and can't be left alone for long periods of time. It is a great all around family cat.

Bengal Cat

Bengal Cat

In the U.S. in the 1960s a domestic shorthair female cat and a male Asian Leopard Cat, a small wild cat, were mated. The Bengal was difficult to establish, as males from the first generation were infertile. By the 1980s early problems had been overcome.

Birman

Birman

Often described as the “sacred cat of Burma,” the Birman is a unique breed with an interesting, albeit perhaps fabled, history. The whole look of this breed, with its deep blue eyes and distinctive white paws, is enchanting.

Bombay Cat

Bombay Cat

There are two distinct origins of this breed, developed on opposing sides of the Atlantic. In the U.S. the Bombay was the result of a planned mating in the late 1950s between a sable Burmese and a black American shorthair.

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