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Russian Blue Cat Breed: The Sweet-Tempered Loyal Indoor Cat 

The Russian Blue cat is a slender, regal, and sweet-tempered feline. This cat has a unique but beautiful name. It is also known as Archangel Blue.  Russian Blues are aptly-mannered cat breeds that make great indoor companions. The dark grayish/blue plush coat and its Russian origin are the two core physical characteristics that gave this …

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Scottish Fold Cats – A Controversial (But Wonderful) Indoor Cat Breed

A Scottish Fold is a medium-sized domestic cat breed with small adorable lop-ears. Most Scottish Folds assume a natural fluffy short-haired coat. On the other hand, some Scottish Fold kittens mostly assume a lilac-colored tone. These adorable and unique indoor cat breeds are also described by their soft purrs and Buddha sitting position.  Scottish Folds …

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Sphynx Cat Care | Everything You Need to Know About This Hairless Cat Breed

The Sphynx cat is a medium-sized cat known for its hairlessness and wrinkled skin. It has large ears and a muscular body that is somewhat regal. These are remarkable cats because you can see the bone structure due to their lack of fur. Furthermore, their skin is loose and causes a wrinkle effect on the …

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Himalayan Cat Breed Info | Get to Know the Characteristics

The Himalayan cat breed is a crossbreed of the Persian and Siamese cat. It is, essentially, a combination of a sub-breed long-haired Siamese cat and a color-point Persian cat. Research also reveals that a Himalayan cat and a Persian cat are almost the same breed.  Most people find it difficult to differentiate between a Himalayan …

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Why Ragdoll Cats Make The Best Companion Pets | A Closer Look at the Breed

The Ragdoll cat is a gorgeous medium to large indoor cat breed. These cat species have fluffy silk-like coats with a few other exclusive physical properties like big blue eyes and a medium undercoat. Ragdolls love being nestled because of their high affection levels. They also make great indoor companions because of their peaceful nature. …

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Are Persian Cats Indoor Cats? A Sweet Family House Cat

The Persian cat is a medium-to-large cat breed that makes an ideal house cat. It has a distinct and recognizable physical appearance, making it a fine-looking cat.  Interestingly, Persian cats are the most popular breed in the world. So, if you own one, you’re in good company! A Persian cat is not overly dependent, enjoying …

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birman cat

Why a Birman Cat Could Be Your Perfect Pet (4 Surprising Traits)

Birman cats are adorable medium-sized cats with a stocky, solid, robust build. These cats have lovely sapphire blue eyes and a striking look. Most people, however, confuse the Birman and the Siamese or Himalayan cats because they closely resemble each other. Nonetheless, Burmans have several distinct features. Unlike Siamese or Himalayan cats, which have diverse …

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American Shorthair Cat Breed Profile, Characteristics and Suitability as an Indoor Cat

The American shorthair cat breed is easygoing and adaptable. With a good-natured, quiet personality, this cat is medium-sized and stocky. They are an ideal choice for homes with other pets, children, and as indoor cats. You can identify an American shorthair by its soft voice, muscular appearance, and moderately affectionate nature. They bond well with …

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