There are many breeds of “genetically modified” cats today. We have the breeds of dark and skinned cats, as well as the Siamese, Persian, and other known birds. But before we condemn the scientists for jumping in, let us also note that some of these new breeds of cats are actually healthier, stronger and do not have the annoying characteristics of “traditional cats”.
Nowadays we have so many cats that we need a cat to track them. In North America, we can find breeds with long hair or tails. Some of the most interesting breeds include the long-tailed Persian cat, Siamese cat, Allet Cat and even the wild cats. Some of these cats have a very bad temper, while others are more moderate and more loving. But, in addition, cats tend to warm humans, as opposed to being friendly. So, if you want to buy a cat, make sure it fits your temper!
Here are some interesting cat species around the world:
- Maine Coon
The breed has a large neck, square face, large ears, large muscular body and large round eye. The tail is long and rather dense.
This cat breed was first identified in Maine in the late eighteenth century and probably developed its thick coat as a way to protect itself from the rigorously cold winters of that region. When the breed was established, only the color of brown tobacco was recognized. That color of the coat and the wooded tail of the Maine Coon gave the appearance of a raccoon, and it is probably the visual that gave these cats its name. Today, this breed comes in many recognizable colors, such as blue, feather, cream, pumpkin, red, white, blue turtle, smoky, brownish, silvery, creamy, brownish, bluey, redy and colors. Cats can have golden or green smells, unless they are white; in this case, the eyes may also be deformed or blue.
The Maine Coon is good with other cats, dogs and almost all other types of animals except mice. This breed is famous for its excellent hunting skills. These cats have a wonderful personality and are the perfect breed cat for families. However, they are also content to be the only animal in a quiet home.
- The Ragdoll Cat
This breed is one of the largest breeds of cats, weighing between ten and twenty pounds. It is no surprise that these heavy cats have large, muscular bodies. Their heads are slightly round, their ears are small and round and their big eyes are bright blue. The tail of this breed is a little thick and dark at the end.
Ragdoll does not come in a wide variety of colors and patterns. In fact, there are only four colors accepted by the Association: Chocolate, Cat Skin, Lilac, Sausage, and Blue. You can find these colors in personalized or pointed two-color patterns, but some breeders avoid compound cats because they look a lot like the Burmese ancestors of the breed.
Ragdoll’s calm demeanor makes it the perfect choice for families. These cats behave almost like a dog, greeting family members at the door, following them around the house and snaking beside them on the couch. If you don’t believe in emptying your cat, but are concerned about damaging your furniture, consider this breed as well. Since these cats seem to be trying not to crush people, they may also be less inclined to scratch furniture.
- The Ragamuffin Cat Breed
This breed thrives and likes to “help” the family with routine tasks, such as buying groceries or folding clothes. Spending too much time alone can make your cat very unhappy. After all, a cat of a breed that will ride in your child’s carriage or attend a tea party obviously loves a lot of company and attention.
Although these cats have bigger-than-normal bones, part of their weight also comes from the tendency to carry a little extra fat in the belly. This breed has a wedge-shaped head that is quite round, a large, solidly built body, and large eyes that are so expressive that many people say that their cats seem to speak with their eyes. This breed has a long and gracefully curved tail that is covered with long hair, giving it a thick appearance. You can find Ragamuffin in just about any color scheme and pattern. However, cats with points cannot be shown
If you are looking to buy a cat, you need to consider the many different cats out there. Because there are so many cats, this can be a daunting task. Choosing the wrong breed can be very upsetting for you and your family, as the wrong breed can be a failure. But choosing the right one can be the spark you’re looking for to light your home.
So, here are four useful tips to get you started.
1. Silent or loud cat?
Some cats can be loud enough. If your friends, family and neighbours can support a loud cat, look for it. Otherwise, think twice. If you want loud cats, choose these breeds: Burmese, Siamese and Koran cat. On the quieter side, choose: The American Curl, Scottish Fold and Somalia cat.
2. Aloof or Cuddly?
Loving cats and cats are generally better at children than more reserved breeds. An angry cat needs more attention; therefore, if you have time, look for that breed. Some loving cats are: Maine Koon, Himalayan Persian, Snow, Ragdoll, Abyssinian and Tonkinese. The most reserved breeds are the Russian Shorthair, Norwegian Forest Cat and the Nebelung.
3. Dummy or fun?
There are certain breeds such as the Siamese, Sphinx, Rex, British Anxiety and Balinese that can cause some misconduct. They are very unpleasant and energetic. Love them or hate them. If you like less volatile breads, avoid them.
4. Long hair or short hair?
If you don’t have a lot of time to devote to your cat, you can opt for a shorthaired cat, as this requires less time to process it. An adult cat with long hair. although it looks beautiful, it requires great care and can take up a lot of your time.
If you want to have a cat, learn cat breading and how to take care of your cat properly. A cat, or any other pet, is also a living being and must be taken care of as a child. Treat your cute adorable cat like your baby and he will return your love.