Ragdoll Cats 101

Ragdoll Cats 101 – What You Need to Know about Ragdolls

Cats are from Mars and dogs are from Venus. Dogs are generally considered to be loyal, affectionate, and courageous, while cats have a reputation for being independent, standoffish, self-centered and well…catty. But, just like with any other generalization, there are some exceptions.

Join us for this edition of Animal Facts as we shed some light on a cat that just might make you think twice about getting a dog—the Ragdoll.

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Exotic Shorthair Cats 101- Animal Facts

Exotic Shorthair Cats – The Lazy Man’s Persian

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.

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Top 10 Most Popular Cat Breeds Cats 101

Top 10 Most Popular Cat Breeds Cats 101

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.

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Persian Cats 101 Fun Interesting Facts #persiancat

Persian Cats 101 Fun Interesting Facts #persiancat

Famous for her flat face, round head, short limbs and thick, long fur, the Persian has reigned supreme in the cat world for more than three decades. An even-tempered cat, the Persian is known to enjoy a sunny window and show sudden bursts of kitten-like energy. The Persian is the epitome of a lap cat, with a restful and undemanding personality. She first came into vogue during the Victorian era, but she existed long before then.

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