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Turkish Angora Cat Breed Information Guide

Turkish Angora Cat Breed Information Guide

If you are looking for the perfect cat that ticks all the right boxes, this natural treasure from turkey is sure to fit the bill. The Turkish Angora cat breed is an ancient one, and has a long and interesting history to go with it. Turkish Angoras are breathtakingly beautiful, healthy, affectionate, playful and very intelligent. What more do you need in a feline companion?
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Sphynx Cat Breed Information Guide

Sphynx Cat Breed Information Guide

The Sphynx cat has to be the most unusual breed in existence, as, unlike other cats, the Sphynx is hairless. The Sphynx is said to be named so because early breeders felt that there was a similarity between their cats and the Egyptian cat sculptures in the British Museum and the Louvre. The Sphynx is also known as the Canadian Hairless Cat. First bred in Canada, the Sphynx cat originated from a mutant hairless kitten that was born in a litter of shorthaired cats in 1966.
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Somali Cat Breed Information Guide

Somali Cat Breed Information Guide

Somali cats are active, playful, intelligent, affectionate and lots of fun. Somali cats thrive on attention and make wonderful companions, putting the myth of the "aloof cat" to rest. As beautiful as they are to look at with their expressive almond-shaped green eyes and delicate markings, Somalis captivate their owners with their incredible charm, charisma and sense of humor.
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Snowshoe Cat Breed Information Guide

Snowshoe cats are generally sweet tempered, energetic, playful, intelligent, and adaptable. They are a very social breed that requires more attention than most cats do, and consequently cannot be left alone for long periods of time. In a typical household they will be friendly to everyone, but will usually devote themselves almost entirely to one person.
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Siberian Cat Breed Information Guide

Siberian Cat Breed Information Guide

A Siberian kitten is a great choice for the cat lover with allergies - as they do not have FeLD protein in their saliva which creates dander, and are hypoallergenic, or not an allergy problem to most allergy sufferers. Siberian cats do require one important regimen - daily hugs and kisses!
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Siamese Cat Breed Information Guide

One of the oldest breeds of domestic cat, the Siamese is probably one of the most popular and easily recognized breeds in the world. Sporting a cream or buff-colored body with striking darker colored points, these beautiful cats captivate any who have a flair for the exotic and the extravagant. Wonderful companions for the family, the elderly, and for the single-human household, once you’ve had the good fortune to meet a Siamese cat, chances are you’ll never forget him.
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