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The impression of the ideal Abyssinian would be a colorful cat with a distinctly short ticked coat, large eyes and big ears. Abbys are devoted and affectionate animals. Not a lap cat though. Loves to keep company and be involved in activities.

A longhaired Siamese. Balinese has all the characteristics of a traditional Siamese, with the difference being a long silky flowing coat.

Descendants of Asian Leopard Cats crossed with domestic breeds. Bengals are Large, agile, active and muscular creatures. Marbled or Spotted coat patterns give them a wild look while their personalities come form domestic cats.

Has a look of a “Mini Panther”. Copper colored eyes and black shorthaired coat are the distinctive features of these cats. Interbreed of American Shorthair and a Burmese.

British Shorthair
A sturdy cat with a cobby build, thick plush fur, and a reserved but affectionate nature. The most popular color is the British Blue, but British Shorthairs come as tabbies, tuxedos, and other color/markings

This robust cat has blue double coat and golden or copper-golden eyes. Great mousers from France well known for their “smile” because of the way the face is structured.

Egyptian Mau
Egyptian Maus are a medium-sized short-haired cat breed. They are the only naturally spotted breed of domesticated cat. The spots on an Egyptian Mau are not just on the coat; a shaved Mau has spots on its skin.

Named after Ocelots, they are said to be the most \'dog-like\' of all cat breeds! They have beautiful spotted markings on them, very unique looking, and instead of \'meowing\', can be heard talking to you through the cutest chirps.

This cat, with ancient roots, is fine-boned, with firm muscles, agile and alert. Orientals have large ears, almond shaped eyes and long bodies. The Oriental is lively and full of energy, intelligent and loves to keep you company

It’s said that the forerunners of today’s Persians were brought back by 17th century European explorers along with jewels, silks and spices from Persia.

Large and powerful animals. Pointed cats with medium length silky coat. Extremely affectionate and loud purrers.

Russian Blue
Originally known as the Archangel Cat or Foreign Blue, it is believed that they were brought by sailors from the Archangel Isles to England and Northern Europe in the 1860s.

The Siamese is one of the first distinctly recognised breeds of Oriental cat. The exact origins of the breed are unknown, but it is believed to be from South-East Asia, and may be descended from the sacred temple cats of Siam (hence their name).

Originated in Canada this breed is distinguished by its relative hairlessness as a result of natural mutation.




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