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A whole world knows and loves it and anyone could sit and watch the playful, chubby, funny panda for minutes on end. Originally from China - the Chinese call it dà xióng māo - this slow-moving black-and-white teddy bear once lived far from the world in the wilds of southern and eastern China.
The growing population has led to the capture of places where this bear, one of the symbols of China, lived quietly. Where there were vast forests, man penetrated and destroyed them to build for him - in this way, the vast territories ruled by the panda shrank more and more and this cute animal became a species threatened with extinction. man (the one who invaded her habitat) has been trying to save her for many years.
In China, especially in the provinces of Sichuan, Shaanxi and Gansu, there are several nature reserves for the protection of the panda bear. However, many live secluded in the Minshan and Qinling Mountains, even at high altitudes exceeding 3,000 meters, although they are not big fans of the cold. In winter, they descend from the high mountains and live in valleys, where the climate is slightly milder.
1.Rolling over is the cuttest thing they do
2.Red panda scared by a rock
3.Chilling in the pool
4.A panda and its ball
5.They want to get out for a walk
6.Panda is opening the door
7.Sliding down is really cool
8.Rolling in the snow
9.Snow is real fun
10.Fun is all around
11.Rolling down is fun
12.Panda climbing the tree
13.Panda falls down
14.Grass is a great pleasure
15.Hammock and pandas
The British Shorthair is one of the most beloved breeds of cats, with a gentle character and behavior, despite their robust appearance, they are part of the category of medium to large cats. When it reaches maturity, a cat of this breed can weigh up to eight kilograms, while a female can weigh about six kilograms.
British Shorthairs are very quiet cats, so they won't bother you too much in the house, they have a very chiseled British temperament and they are confident. Once they get acquainted with the house and the people in the house, these cats will be very affectionate, but they will not suffocate you with their love and will be very playful, but they will not exaggerate. They don't want to meow much, but they have a habit of spinning continuously and for a long time.
What is remarkable about these cats is that they are just as cute when they are small, but also when they are adults.
British Shorthair is one of the oldest cat breeds in Great Britain, having as ancestors cats imported by the Romans during the Roman Empire.
From the mists of ancient history it is said that the Romans, after taking possession of the British territories and began to practice agriculture, around the 400s, brought a large number of cats to guard the rodent crops. The cats brought by the Romans were paired with the native wild feline specimens, thus resulting in a new species: robust and strong, able to endure the adverse climate in Great Britain.
Initially they were capitalized for the ability to hunt, later they were appreciated for their calm, patience and as pets.
One of the most characteristic features of British Shorthair cats is the "smiling" facial expression, the cat seems to "smile" all the time, which often arouses the amazement and admiration of those who see it for the first time. The head is perfectly round, the neck short and thick, the chest wide, the shoulders solid.
The paws have strong muscles, are thick and moderately long, and the tail is generally short and ends with a rounded tip. The ears, medium to small in size, are wide at the base, placed at a distance, well covered with fur and tufts of hair. The cheeks are prominent and beautifully highlighted, the nose is short and straight, and the chin is firmly defined.
The British cat conquers from the first second with its warm and penetrating gaze. She is usually calm, not aggressive at all, but not at all apathetic. It is playful and participatory, but not at all destructive. She is said to possess the sweetness and calm of the Persians, but also the intelligence of the Europeans. Proud and independent, the British Shorthair is a brave, very loyal, very intelligent and affectionate cat.
Known as a lazy cat, the British Shorthair cat does not require attention from its owners, but it plays with pleasure if they are willing. She is in the habit of silently following her master from one room to another like a puppy, until he settles down somewhere and she finds his place with him. Her quiet character recommends her as a companion for less active owners or for those who are always away from home.
She is not a curious animal, which means that the curtains, furniture and trinkets in the house will be safe with her.
Endowed with boundless patience, British Shorthair cats get along very well with children, but also with other pets. A British Shorthair will have to be harassed for a long time to be determined to pull out its claws. And if you take such a kitten when you become a parent, you can be sure that they will reach adulthood together. British Shorhairs can be considered long-lived, as they can often reach the age of 20.
The British Shorthair cat meows quite rarely and discreetly, only when it really wants something and when it finds the right moment to express itself (it is hungry or feels some danger, or wants to be given attention).
She does not seem bothered by strangers visiting her family, as long as they admire her from a distance and do not try to touch her without her will. So he will not take refuge under the bed if a stranger appears in the house, but will behave as usual, treating the newcomer either with sympathy or with coldness and indifference (but never with hostility).
The British silver varieties (Silver Tabby, Silver Shaded and Chinchilla) are more temperamental and restless, while the diluted color varieties, such as blue and cream, have a calmer and more affectionate temperament.
The representatives of the breed are recognized for their high degree of intelligence, as well as for their special ability to store information.