The Healing Power of Your Cats

If you own a cat, you most likely know all about the wonderful comforts of their purs. Research shows that cat purrs has been linked to healing broken bones and wounds.

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15 Cute Gift Ideas for New Cat Moms and Dads

Shopping for the perfect gift for new cat parents can be exciting. We have shared some presents you can consider. The items are functional and will be a big help to the new parents.

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Ragamuffin

The Ragamuffin is related to the Ragdoll cat breed, and is a crossbreed of the Ragdoll cat breed. It is related to the Persian cat breed, and the Himalayan.

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Exotic Shorthair

The Exotic Shorthair is a gentle and sweet, shorthair Persian cat breed. It has a different coat than the Persian. This breed came about in the 1950’s when the Persian cat breed was bred together with the American Shorthair.

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Burmese

The Burmese originated from Thailand, near the Thai-Burma border. This cat breed was then developed in the U.K, and in the U.S. In 1871, Harrison Weir had a cat show at the Crystal Palace where two Siamese cats were shown. Both resembled the Burmese cat breed as it is today.

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Common Skin Disorders in Cats

Cats can become affected by skin diseases, also known as dermatopathies at any time. Parasites, allergies, allergens, bacterial, viral, parasitic, or fungal infections, and even hormonal imbalances, and tumors can trigger off a skin disorder.

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Gingivitis in Cats

Without good oral hygiene, your cat may be prone to a painful dental condition called gingivitis. Not only can this lead to painful tooth loss and bone infection, gingivitis can cause serious health issues in cats. Just as in people, regular dental care for your cat is important in maintaining optimal feline health. In this blog, we’ll discuss gingivitis, and how to treat it.

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Tonkinese

The Tonkinese is a cross between the Burmese and the Siamese cat breeds. Tonkin refers to a region of Indochina. This cat breed comes from Southeast Asia. Cat breeders wanted to breed a cat that had a medium body size, a less shrill voice, but with the same intelligence and loyalty as the Burmese and Siamese cat breeds.

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Siamese

The Siamese cat breed is an Asian cat breed that has lots of history. It became a popular cat breed in the U.S and Europe during the nineteenth century. The Wichienmaat (Siamese cat) was first noticed in very old manuscripts, called the Cat Book Poems during 1351- 1767 AD. The very first Siamese were medium-sized and long. They were also muscular, graceful, athletic and sleek. The Siamese were a spectacular breed.

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Himalayan

The Himalayan cat breed, also known as the Himalayan Persian or the Colourpoint Persian in Europe, was bred by crossing the Siamese with the Persian cat breed to achieve the color points and blue eyes. By 1924, a Swedish geneticist crossed the Persian and the Siamese cat breeds. By 1931, cat breeders began breeding both cat breeds to see how the color point gene was passed on. That said, by 1935, the first Pattern Longhair was developed. It was determined that both the longhair gene and the color point pattern gene was recessive.

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Havana Brown

The Havana Brown came about when a Siamese, and a domestic black cat were bred together in the 1950’s. The offspring apparently were bred with a Russian Blue by early breeders. That said, it’s thought that no genes from the Russian Blue remain. The Havanna Brown is known as the Havana in Europe.

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Ragdoll

The Ragdoll originated during the 1960’s when Ann Baker bred a cat called Josephine, a domestic, longhaired, white female in California to a black and white male cat. The offspring from Josephine had fantastic temperaments, and were sweet and people- oriented. The Ragdoll breed comes from free-roaming cats that Ann bred Josephine to. This breed is known for becoming heavy like a ragdoll when picked up. It is a favorite among all family members throughout the world.

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