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50 pictures with Birman - the perfect cat for your family

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Birman cats are the heroes of many legends. They lived in Burmese temples. They were considered close faithful monarchs, guardians of the saints, and symbols of peace.


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Perhaps for this reason the second name of this breed is the sacred Birman cat. After World War II, this race was on the verge of extinction. In Europe, only a few people remained at the time, but due to the work of the breeders, they were able to avoid losing them.


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Not only did they bring life back to the race, but they improved their physiological data. To achieve this goal, Siamese and Persian cats were crossed, as well as surviving animals.


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The representatives of this breed are of medium size, a compact, slightly elongated appearance. The average weight of cats is 9 kg, and that of cats is 6 kg. Their tail is not very long, thin and fluffy. The Birman paws are short with rounded legs. Looks like they put on white gloves.


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According to many reviews, Birman cats are smart and always invent something new: they can open a closet or press a button on devices. But at the same time, they will never hurt you, using revenge as an insult. Such smart cats can even be taught to make simple commands or bring a toy in their teeth.


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During the game, they always understand what cannot be done. So by snatching a toy from you, they will never release their claws and will not scratch themselves. Their temperament is calm and gentle. Birman cats with chocolate they will always find entertainment in the absence of owners. They are not intrusive and moderately active. Many believe that they are not inherent in jumping, but this is not the case.


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The Burmese is a playful social cat who wants to be an involved member of the family. Friendly with children and animals, the Burmese loves company and attention and fits well in any type of family.


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The Birman is a playful social cat who wants to be an involved member of the family. Friendly with children and animals, the Birman loves company and attention and fits well in any type of family.


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Birman cats have a distinct appearance; Their fur may have six colors and two different patterns, but they always have white legs and blue eyes. Their long fur has a "standard" length, meaning it does not grow continuously. It also doesn't tangle so quickly, so brushing twice a week should be enough to keep the fur fluffy. Like its relative, the Siamese cat, the Birman is a soft-spoken talking cat that converses frequently with humans.


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Do you really want a cat, but are you afraid of the hair that these animals leave all over the house? No matter how cute they are, it's as if you don't feel like vacuuming every day… If you don't know which cat breed to choose, find out that the Sphinx cat would be best for you. Here's everything you need to know about the hairless cat!


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Rare are the animals that do not have fur, and the Sphinx cat may seem, from this point of view, a little strange of nature. Unfortunately, many consider it even ugly. But, contrary to many people's beliefs, the Sphinx is one of the most intelligent, friendly and loving pets. And the history of this race, so unusual, is more than interesting.


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As it turns out, you'd say the Sphinx was born from failed lab experiments. In reality, these genetic mutations that are caused by the lack of hair appeared spontaneously and naturally, without man intervening in any way.


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The oldest information about the existence of the naked cat dates back to the pre-Columbian period, when several specimens were discovered in Mexico. Other specimens then appear in Europe, Australia and America, in different places and at different times. In 1938, two furless cats were born in Paris to a Siamese couple. In 1950, another Siamese cat gave birth to several chicks, three of which were without fur. In 1966, in Ontario, Canada, an ordinary cat gave birth to a naked kitten.


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Also in Ontario, around the same time, another furless cat was found wandering the streets, and two other cats were found and rescued from the streets of Toronto. It seems that these two specimens were sent to the Netherlands and contributed decisively to the creation of the current Sphinx breed. Other specimens appeared in the early 1970s on a Minnesota farm. Here, farmers have noticed several generations of hairless kittens. It seems that one of them lived for 19 years.


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Because they do not have fur, but only a very fine and delicate down that covers their skin, Sphinx cats can suffer sunburn like humans. Thus, it is mandatory that when they are taken out they should be protected with sunscreen cream, specially created for animals. On the other hand, in winter, even if they stay at home, hairless cats should be dressed in soft, fluffy clothes to keep them warm.


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Although at first glance they look quite scary (as if they were little aliens) Sphinx cats are the most loving and affectionate cats. They are really possessive, because they want all your attention, care and love. They follow you all over the house, they like to lie in your arms and spin contentedly.


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The Sphinx cat, because it has no fur, suffers from the cold if exposed to cold air. Because her body loses heat faster and more, she needs more food. It is recommended to leave dry food at will, in a bowl.


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The Sphinx cat is very affectionate and playful, attaches quickly to children, gets along well with other cats and even dogs. It has a unique personality and, unlike other cats, which are independent and not very sociable, the Sphinx needs a lot of love, care and affection. You will be amazed to see how this animal gives you back.


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The bald cat hates to be left alone, almost begging for love. She plays a lot, she is very active, energetic and acrobatic, but without being tiring and she does all kinds of tricks to attract your attention. It is an animal that fully participates in your family life, and not a grumpy trinket, which sleeps all day. The Sphinx cat is also very talkative, and when you tell her something you will notice that she meows as if she is answering you.



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Sociable, friendly and intelligent, the American Shorthair cat is a reliable companion for any family that loves cats. It adapts quickly to any environment and participates in all the activities of the family it belongs to.

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The history of the American Shorthair cat begins in 1620, when the ship Mayflower arrived in the United States with the first pilgrims from England, who wanted a better life.


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The settlers took with them on board several cats to control the population of mice and rats and thus protect their food supplies. Their hunting skills have made these cats highly valued by sailors. Upon landing on American soil, these cats crossed paths with local cats. The result was today's cat, known as the American Shorthair.


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American Shorthair cats, like their descendants on the Mayflower, were prized for their abilities and were used in groceries and households to protect supplies and destroy rodent populations.


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In 1895, the American Shorthair appeared at the first competition for feline lovers. The breed was officially recognized in 1906.


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The American Shorthair is known for its tender expression. It is a muscular and well-developed cat, with its body covered with fur of different colors and patterns. The body of this cat is slightly longer than the tail, the chest is wide and well developed.


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The American Shorthair cat has a round head, with large and alert eyes, of different colors, from yellow to green.


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The American Shorthair cat fur is "available" in over 80 colors and models. At maturity, the American Shorthair cat weighs 7 kilograms.


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The American Shorthair cat is an affectionate and friendly cat, which adapts quickly to any family, where it becomes an excellent companion. Even if it does not require constant attention, the cat of this breed is very happy when it is surrounded by people. In addition, she likes to be held in her arms and even sleep with her masters.


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The American Shorthair cat does not get bored on its own, but it appreciates people's company and interactive games, which put its intelligence and curiosity to the test. This cat is intelligent, easy to train and willing to learn new tricks to entertain its viewers.


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Because it is a very sociable animal, the American Shorthair cat accepts the company and other pets, including dogs.


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The short coat of the American Shorthair cat is good to be brushed once a week, to maintain its suppleness and shine. This cat almost never needs a bath, especially if it lives in the apartment.


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Occasionally, it is advisable to have your nails cut and your ears cleaned. It is also good to brush your teeth to prevent dental problems.


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It is also good to be fed twice a day with quality food. It is advisable not to overdo the amount of food, as this cat is prone to obesity.


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It's easy to tell a pug from a poodle, but what do you really know about the most popular cat breeds? Did you know that there are at least 40 cat breeds in the United States alone - each with its own personality, traits and history?

As far as we know about cats, they are still mysterious creatures. Perhaps getting some basic information about the best cat species in the world will bring us closer to understanding the causes of cat ticks and why humans care about us.


1.Abyssinian

This is a very intelligent cat, known for its curiosity and desire to explore everything around it. It is also a social pet that gets along well with children, dogs and ferrets. However, the Abyssinian is unlikely to end up in your lap, but he will show you love, always being in your presence. These types of cats love attention and would like to

a company, maybe another kitten when you're not home.


2.American Bobtail

The American Bobtail, one of the orange cat breeds, is known for its wild appearance and short tail, as well as loyalty and devotion to their families. They are in tune with human emotions, which many recommend as therapeutic cats.


3.American Curl

The American curl is distinguished by its bushy ears, which are wavy at the back and a tail close to the feather.

Ranked 25th on the Cat Fanciers Association's list of the most popular cat breeds of 2018, this is an unusual cat.


4.American Shorthair

It is believed that the ancestors of this cat came to the United States with the first settlers. These cats, which were appreciated and "used" as mousetraps, quickly became popular as pets. Today they are the favorites among Americans and have consistently ranked among the ten most popular cat breeds in the United States.


5.American Wirehair

American Wirehair is very similar to American Shorthair, the main difference being that it has a mustache and a stiff coat, which are thick and thick. Some have even described this coat as "steel wool".


6.Balinese

Balinese are easily confused with Siamese cats. After all, they have the same color, size and bright blue eyes. It is even believed that the former actually descended from Siamese cats, which were too chubby to conform to the standards of Siamese breeders. However, the main difference between the two is the long-haired Balinese coat, which gives elegance to the graceful shape of this cat. It is not for nothing that he is named after the dancers of the Balinese temples.


7.Bengal

If you have always wanted a reduced version of a leopard or jaguar, the Bengal cat is the way to go. Their size, athletic construction and clothing markings make them look like a miniature wild cat, even if they belong to a domestic cat. But don't be fooled by their appearance. The Bengal is actually a pretty cute and loyal cat.


8.Birman

Birman is a cat with a colorful tip, with a long flowing coat, which is not matte, soft and silky to the touch. Other striking features of these cats are their bright eyes and white paws.


9.Bombay

Bombay is like a panther swaying in the wash. Except for the eyes, Bombay is all black, even paws, which is unusual for other black cat breeds. It is a hybrid breed, a cross between the Burmese saber and the American Shorthair breed, first bred in the 1950s.


10.British Shorthair

Thick and dense coats, bear eyes and a signed blue color make these cats a very popular choice among large breed cats. This robust cat is actually the third most popular cat in the United States.


11.Burmese

A large cat with thick bones, the Burmese stands out for its rounded shape and short, soft coat, which can be the color of the original saber, as well as light brown, blue and purple.



12.Burmilla


13.Chartreux

This medium-sized animal, wool, is one of the best breeds of cats for those who want nothing more than a pet to sit on their lap while watching TV or relaxing.


14.Chausie

All cat lovers dream of having a big wild cat. While many gave up this dream because of the obvious danger of keeping a tiger in the house, some American breeders still hoped to create different types of cats that resemble jungle cats and thus developed Chausie, a miniature version. their wild brothers.


15.Colorpoint Shorthair


16.Cornish Rex

Anyone who has seen or stabbed a Cornish Rex knows that there is nothing like it in the world of cats. The large sharp ears, arched back and soft wavy coat are some of the most distinctive features of this cat breed.



17.Devon Rex

Devon Rex is one of the most mischievous and friendly cat breeds. This cat lives to entertain the owners with its stupid antiques and tricks. He loves not only his family. These cute cats get along well with other cats, dogs, rabbits - anything. Because he has an unusual level of socialization and play for cats, Devon Rex is sometimes said to be half cat, half dog and half monkey.


18.Egyptian Mau

Sometimes referred to as a feline greyhound, this kitten has incredibly fast reflexes, which are only suited to its elegance and grace. The Egyptian cat Mau is also a jumper, so don't be surprised if you see her jumping from incredible heights or if you are sitting on top of a tall library.


19.European Burmese


20.Exotic Shorthair

For those who want a Persian cat, but do not worry about caring for fluffy breeds of cats, there is Exotic. He looks Persian, but he has short hair. This kitten has a thick body with massive bones, as well as a wonderful plush coat, a flattened face and large round eyes.


21.Havana Brown

It is a medium-sized, muscular cat with a long and thin body. It is also one of the extremely rare breeds of cats.


22.Himalayan Cat

The Himalayan cat is a cross between Siamese and Persian cats. It has a Persian down and a colorful dot and dark blue eyes of a Siamese cat. Because it is a hybrid, the CFA does not recognize it as a separate breed.


23.Japanese Bobtail

Japanese bobtails are extremely popular cat breeds in their home country and are believed to bring good luck and prosperity. The figure of the seductive cat or Maneki Neko, whom we all know and associate with Japan, actually looks like a coil.


24.Khao Manee


25.Korat

Korat is native to Thailand, where it is considered a living symbol of luck. They belong to the gray cat breed, and with their silver hair and heart-shaped faces, these cats are simply adorable.


26.Laperm

LaPerm looks like a cat that has been shampooed for extra volume. It is known for curly hair, which is the result of spontaneous mutation and can be of any color and feline pattern.



27.Lykoi


28.Maine Coon Cat

Known as the "gentle giant," Maine Coon is the only American cat with long hair. It is also the oldest American breed. People consider the Maine Coon cat to be a cross between a short-haired domestic cat and a long-haired European cat, although many consider it to be a hybrid of a crab and a cat.


29.Norwegian Forest Cat

The strong physique and fluffy fur make this big cat, if not the largest breed of cat, then definitely one of the top five in the world. But don't be fooled by its size, it is actually a kind and caring pet.


30.Ocicat

Ocicat is another breed specially created to look like a wild cat and delights many feline lovers around the world that they have a leopard, well at least in miniature. Named Ocicat because it looks like an ocelot and a cat, it is a wild kitten with a nice mood.

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