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    Turkish Angora

    About the Turkish Angora  The Turkish Angora is as wonderful as it is beautiful. A majestic feline companion for any loving family. The Turkish Angora is one breed of cat who never fails to impress. She is loving, affectionate and family friendly. She is stunning to look at and makes a fantastic host to guest. Originating from Turkey this cat is a national treasure and quite rightly too.   Turkish Angora History The history of the Turkish Angora dates back as far as the 15th century. One of the very few cat breeds who has a long, long history which has been documented. French writer made reference to them with…

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    Scottish Fold

      About the Scottish Fold Cat  Fried Mars Bars and Irn-Bru aren’t the only two amazing things Scotland has produced over the years. The Scottish fold cat can not only be traced back to the amazing country of Scotland, but the Scottish fold breed can be traced back to one individual cat! Most notably recognized for its folded over ears.   Scottish fold cat history   The Scottish fold is an adorably cute cat, and probably one of the only breeds in the world whose history can be traced back to one individual cat. Imagine being able to trace back your history to the first person of your bloodline! In…

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    Russian Blue

      About the Russian blue cat breed  The Russian blue cat is probably one of the world’s most Nobelist of felines. Originating from pre-1900s Russia she was a dignified and luxurious pet to own. The Russian blue cat breed was a well-known explorer, and today is an amazing domestic house cat to own and to become a loving member of your family. Russian blue cats are one of the most mellow cats around.       Russian blue cat history  The Russian blue breed of cat originates from just south of the Arctic circle in the Russian city of Archangel (Archangel is also the Russian blues nickname). The Archangel was…

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    Manx Cat

      About the Manx cat  The Manx cat breed is a wonderfully different breed of cat. As if you can’t already tell what makes this cat different? That’s right – they have no tail! Well, some do: ‘Rumpy’s have no tail. ‘Rumpy Risers’ have a rise of bone at the of the tail – a stump. ‘Longies’ have a tail that’s longer than a stump. So, typically the Manx cat draws its attention as a particularly different breed of domestic house cat because of its unique look. Read on to find out more about this breed of cats temperament and what characteristics make it a wonderful domestic pet.   Manx…

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    Javanese Cat

    About the Javanese Cat breed  The Javanese cat is a playful, happy and exotic breed. She loves affection is extremely intelligent and gets along with everybody. The Javanese cat is actually a version of a cat, which is again a version of a cat. Confusing, we know, but all will be explained!   Javanese Cat History The Javanese cat has a long and mixed history. She is a product of a breeding program which set out to make a long-haired version of the color point, which is a version of the Siamese cat. To break down that a to a little easier to understand chunks, a number of different cat…