Tabby cats are considered one of the most “classic” looking domestic cats, most likely because tabby cats are the most common. If you ask someone what kind of cat they have, chances are good they answer that they have a tabby cat. Heck, we even have our own orange tabby, Rusty. Let’s get to know this ubiquitous kitty.Read more
Love the Persian’s sweet, docile personality, but maybe not so in love with all the fur? The endearing Exotic is a peaceful, easygoing companion who will be content to quietly follow you around and sit in your lap for petting whenever you give him the chance.
A Persian in a Petticoat is a common phrase used to describe the Exotic Shorthair, as well as the “Lazy Man’s Persian.”
He’s a relatively new breed, but in that short time, his adorable face and charming demeanor have brought him into the hearts and homes of many a cat lover. Let’s get to know this friendly, flat-faced feline.Read more
He’s King of the Jungle or at least the living room. The Bengal is a domestic cat breed developed to look like an exotic jungle cat such as a leopard, an ocelot, or a margay. He is an athletic, agile, and graceful kitty with a strong, muscular body, befitting a cat who looks as if he belongs in the jungle. The Bengal could never be called delicate.
But. with his distinctive spotted coat and large size, the Bengal may look like a wild cat and although one of his ancestors is the small, Asian leopard, he’s a domestic cat through and through. Let’s get to know this fascinating cat breed.Read more
No feline is more maligned than the black cat. The black cat along with pumpkins, bats and witches and spiders … yes and spiders … has become a staple of Halloween imagery.
While black cats are typically associated with Halloween, witchcraft and bad luck, and the #1 Halloween costume choice for both children and women in their freshman year of college… oddly enough… there’s much more to these dark-colored fur balls that you probably didn’t know. [I thought I taw a puddy tat] Let’s take a look at our shadowy feline friends.Read more
That cat is naked. Yeah, he is. That is the Sphynx cat, sometimes known as the Canadian Sphynx.
With his angular face, big ears, and smooth body, the Sphynx is purring proof that there’s more to a cat than his fur coat. Hang with us as we discover some fun facts about this fleshy feline.Read more
The Ragdoll, so named because of how he responds to being picked up, is also a breed known for his love of people.
While he might not be a particularly old breed, the Ragdoll is a unique breed of cat with a fascinating history.
Why don’t you tag along as we check out this big, loving ball of fur?Read more
The Norwegian Forest Cat, the official cat of the Kingdom of Norway, is a much-loved cat breed known for his fluffy coat, large build, and social disposition. He’s tied with the Vikings and may have even sailed to the America’s long before Columbus. Let’s see what other fun facts we can find about these cool cats.Read more
If you’re on YouTube looking at cat videos chances are good that you are a crazy cat parent. Oh, what are we saying? It’s common knowledge that the Internet exists primarily for cat videos. But just in case you’re not quite sure, here’s a little test. If any five of these describe you, we are positive that you are cray cray for kitty cats. But that’s ok with us, we’re crazy too.Read more
They’re fluffy, independent and affectionate. And they’ve made themselves quite at home on the World Wide Web. In facts, studies have shown that just watching cat videos on the internet can boost a person’s energy and create positive emotions. So, because we love you, we present the top 10 most popular cat breeds.Read more
Known as the gentle giants of the cat world, he’s fluffy and he’s Yuuuuge. But, he’s also sweet tempered and said to be the most dog-like of all the domestic cat breeds. This plus-size cat, adorned with a beautiful neck ruff, tufted feet that resemble snowshoes and a big, bushy tail is likely the oldest cat breed native to America. Hi, welcome to Animal Facts. Today, we look at 10 Fun Facts about the big, friendly feline, the Maine Coon.Read more