Chartreux

The Chartreux is a rare cat breed from France. It is a domestic cat breed that was first discussed in a poem in 1558. This cat breed was a ratter in shops, homes, and on farms.

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American Bobtail

The American Bobtail’s stubby tail is the result of a genetic mutation. It is thought that the unusual tail is linked to the Manx gene. This breed originated when Brenda and John Sanders became the proud cat parents to a short-tailed kitten in Arizona.

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Chinese Li Hua – Dragon Li

The Dragon Li has a muscular build. The chest is broad, the legs, long ad powerful. The head is wide, and diamond-shaped. This is a medium-sized cat that is athletic and stocky. The almond-shaped eyes can be green, yellow or brown.

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Burmilla

The Burmilla is an accidental cat breed comes from the U.K, and originated in 1981. Breeders bred the Chinchilla Persian cat breed with the Burmese cat breed. This is one of the newest cat breeds to join the CFA cat breed, yet this cat breed has been around for the past thirty years.

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Maine Coon

The very large Maine Coon cat breed originated in Maine, after having arrived in Viking ships to the U.S during the nineteenth century. This cat breed was a breed that some believe to have originated from Marie Antoinette’s longhaired cats.

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Ocicat

The Ocicat does best as an indoor cat, but many have done well out in farms as well. This cat breed may be prone to certain illnesses, so it’s best to always keep a close eye on this fabulous cat breed. This cat breed is intelligent, and does well with apartment living or home living.

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Bombay Cat

The Bombay cat breed was bred by a Louisville, Kentucky cat breeder, Nicky Horner. She wanted a short-haired, black-eyed, mini panther like cat breed. She was inspired by the black leopard of India.

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How to Safely Walk Your Cat on a Leash with Clicker Training Tips?

A cat harness and leash allows you to go on long walks with your furry best friend, and to keep your cat safe. Pet parents often wonder if they should keep their cats indoors, or allow them to wander outside. That said, cat parents can have the best of both worlds by taking their cats for walks, and keeping them safe with the use of a cat harness and cat leash.

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