With the exception of a few true lovers of cats, Americans have always been less particular about the origins of their cats and their dogs. Cats are most commonly seen on farms and they worked to help keep the vermin population. As cats are becoming more of a companion of a firm hand, there was a growing interest cat breeds, their purity and pedigree. The Cat Fanciers' Association is dedicated to the preservation of race and race 39 recognized cat breeds. You will find below are some of these species as well as information on the characteristics of race and history.
Russian Blue – The Russian Blue is a nice, friendly chat with an appearance. These cats are dense, thick coats that are short in one color: blue. In agreement with the blue fur of cats have the bright green eyes and are known for their beautiful appearance as they are, for their modest provisions.
Cornish Rex – While the Cornish Rex is similar to images of ancient Egypt cats it is from Cornwall, England in 1950 where he was discovered in a barn cats littler. These cats are different in appearance with an egg-shaped head and size, large, erect ears, and enormous yellow-green eyes. This cat is very rare that the dress is soft, fine, very short, and grows in the waves. The Cornish Rex is affectionate, player, and keeps his kitten antics as throughout his life.
The Siamese-Siamese cat, originally from Thailand, is extremely intelligent and curious animal. It is thought to be the oldest anywhere. The Siamese cat is a people lover. It will be regularly tell his family how much he cares for them with his strong meow.
Maine Coon – The Maine Coon is a large cat, Native American longhair cat. He is venerated in hand to the mouse of his talent. The Maine Coon is a social animal that is particularly good for families with children or dogs.
Abyssinian-Although the name suggests that this cat is from Ethiopia (formerly Abyssinia), they are actually in India. The name “Abyssinian” came about when the cat was introduced in England by way of Abyssinia. Abyssinian is one of the most intelligent cats, and even if they are not “hug”, they love their people, are curious and want to help you with what you are working.
American Wirehair – American Wirehair was seen in New York in 1966. The only cat was a spontaneous mutation in a litter of barn cats. Health is a relatively common genetic mutation, but the difference with the American Wirehair is because its characteristics have been organized in a unique way an effort was made to keep his blood and genetic model. Interestingly, this genetic mutation did not appear anywhere in the world other than the United States. The American Wirehair is docile and calm temperament and a great pet for a so-called “couch-potato.”