The Cat is a carnivorous mammal of the subspecies Felis silvestris catus. There are dozens of breeds of cat. The Cat has been living in close contact with humans for some 8,000 years. Although the Cat is mostly a solitary breeds, they often form pack
the American Bobtail is a medium to large, naturally occurring, bobtailed cat. It is a noticeably athletic animal, well muscled, with the look and feel of power. It possesses a unique natural hunting gaze that combines with the breed's body type and
The American Keuda (pronounced KEW-da) is a type of cat. The Keuda type is currently under development to become a standardized breed.
Angora (British Angora) renamed Oriental Longhair in 2002
Angora, Oriental Longhairs can be any of the standard shorthair colours. The range of possible coat colours includes everything from self-coloured (black, blue, chocolate, lilac, cinnamon, caramel, fawn, red, cream and apricot), torty, smoke (silver
Asian Semi-longhair (or Tiffanie)
The Asian Semi-Longhair is a cat breed similar to the Asian Shorthair except they have semi-long hair instead of short hair. These cats are also known by the name Tiffanie. They are recognised in any of the Asian Shorthair or Burmese colors and patte
The Balinese was named after the graceful dancers on the island of Bali because of their sleek, elegant beauty and grace. Known most commonly as a Siamese with long hair, the Balinese shares many traits with the Siamese, and yet remains its own disti
The Birman is a breed of domestic cat. This breed has a pale cream coloured body and coloured points of Seal, Blue, Chocolate, Lilac, Seal Tortie, Cream, Blue Cream, Chocolate/Lilac tortie, Seal Tabby, Blue Tabby, Chocolate Tabby, Lilac Tabby, Red/Cr
The British Longhair is also known as Lowlander in U.S. and Britanica in Europe, but is not recognised in the UK.
The Chantilly/Tiffany is a moderate-sized semi-foreign cat with a semi-longhaired, full coat and plumed tail. Its long ear tufts are one of the most striking features.
It is accepted in a variety of colors, including blue, chocolate, cinnamon, lilac
Cherubim (or Honeybear)
Some consider the Cherubim to be a distinct breed of cat, but the majority of the research indicates that Cherubim are actually a classification of cats, rather than a distinct breed.
The Honeybear is a large, stocky feline. Males range from 12 to FIRST ( Page 1 of 9 ) >>Next LAST