Since the adoption of a cat is a significant commitment – they live for an average of 15 years – it makes sense to learn more about cat breeds before you buy. Two animals bred extremely popular are the Siamese and Persian, although both have characteristics that make them inappropriate choices in May for some people. Fortunately, there are many other breeds to choose from, many of them less well known. Two of these less recognized breeds actually give hope to people with feline allergies to love because they have a weak layer and allergies are generally well tolerated.
Although it is not a popular as before, Siamese cats have many loyal fans, and for good reason. They are very beautiful and smart, even if modern farming practices have introduced an unhealthy leaning towards a triangular head too. Siamese are very vocal, however, can be a problem for some people, as they may be a little more determined to put their point of view. This is not a cat owner who does not have much time to spend with their pet, as Siamese are very pragmatic people. They love attention and they love the interaction with their owners. They follow them from room to room, and are naturally very curious and mischievous when bored.
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Unlike the Siamese, Persian cats are even-tempered. They get along well with other dogs and animals, and are well integrated in several cats. They also tolerate the interests of children. The biggest disadvantage – and also their most striking characteristic – their fur is amazing. A Persian coat requires daily brushing. It mattes easily, and cats must be sedated so that their coats trimmed, keeping them so long coat in good shape should be a priority for owners Persian.
The Siberian cat or croshca is another long-haired cat. It requires less grooming than Persian, and should be brushed only two or three times a week instead of daily. Their hair is too different. Surviving in the cold depths of the Russian winter, the croshca has a waterproof, light layer of oil. Siberian Cats are much affectionate and playful. Like the Siamese, they grow much attached to their owners, so it's something to keep in mind when choosing a breed. Siberia is an opportunity for those who suffer from cat allergies, their coats are considered hypoallergenic.
Devon Rex cats are another option for people allergic to cats. They have a very thin, soft, curly, which throws a little. The cloak itself is also hypoallergenic. Be warned though – Devon Rex are extremely playful and mischievous. They are also very fond of food, and were known to be very active in research itself when the shade. The Devon Rex is extremely affectionate, and another people-oriented cat who will follow you around and “help” the household.
Cat Breeds all have their own distinctive characteristics. It's one thing to keep in mind that you will learn about cat breeds before you buy. If you have other animals so you need to know. How much time do you spend with a cat, and your work schedule does not permit? Getting two cats together (if you do not already have one) is never a bad idea because it provides companionship for both. But some cats require more of them than other people do, but they are often at least as much back.