Cat Breeds

Manx Cats

Manx Cats

If you ever see a cat without a tail, hopping along like a bunny, don’t feel bad for it. Chances are you’re observing the Manx cat. The Manx cat is a medium-sized domestic cat breed with a genetic defect that causes it to have little to no tail. Manx cats have a double coat of …

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Norwegian Forest Cats

Norwegian Forest Cats

These large, furry cats are as beautiful as they are interesting. Here’s everything you could ever want to know about them. The Norwegian Forest cat, also known as a “wegie” is a breed of cat originating from Northern Europe. It’s one of the biggest domestic cat breeds and has a long, thick coat of fur, …

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Tabby Cats

Tabby Cats

An M-shape pattern needs to be visible on a cat’s head for it to be recognised as a tabby cat. A tabby cat is any domestic cat with an obvious M-shape on its forehead. These cats normally have striped coats that make the pattern more apparent. They have stripes on their cheeks, necks, backs, legs, …

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Black Cats

Black Cats

Around half of all cat breeds can have black cats within them. So, how do black cats come to be? Cats turn out to be black when they have a high melanin pigment content. This also causes them to have yellow/golden eyes. Coal-black, grayish-black, and brownish-black are all acceptable variations of a “solid black” cat. …

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Abyssinian Cats

Abyssinian Cats

These cats are sometimes referred to as the Clowns of the Cat Kingdom because they can be so playful and entertaining. The Abyssinian cat is a short-haired domestic cat originating from Ethiopia. (Previously known as Abyssinia) These cats have a ticked tabby coat of hair banded with different colors. This type of coat can give …

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