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Burmese Cat Burmese: The Burmese was created in the United States in the 1930s from the breeding of a male Siamese and a brown female cat found on the San Francisco waterfront, believed to have traveled there from Burma. The Burmese cat is even-tempered and displays a sleek and glossy coat of solid sable brown, blue, champagne or platinum. It loves warm laps and enjoys cuddling up in bed, either under the covers or on top of its favorite people. More >>
Chartreux Cat Chartreux: The Chartreux dates back to 16th-century France. Its thick, velvety coat is any shade of blue-gray, from ash to slate, with the tips lightly brushed with silver. The Chartreux and its copper or gold eyes hint at its relation to the Russian Blue, whose eyes are a deep emerald green. The highly energetic Chartreux breed is always up for a game of fetch and is highly inventive in subtly training its owners. More >>
Chausie Cat Chausie: The Chausie combines the genial nature of a domestic cat with the beauty and elegance of a jungle cat. This big, muscular breed has large, mobile, tufted ears, long legs and a naturally short tail reaching to the hock. The TICA standard accepts three colors for the Chausie: black, brown-ticked tabby and silver-tipped. More >>
Colorpoint Shorthair Cat Colorpoint Shorthair: The Colorpoint Shorthair is the result of breeding between Siamese and other shorthair breeds, in particular the American Shorthair. These breedings were performed with the intent of enriching the color varieties and patterns in the Siamese. The Colorpoint Shorthair is a busy and active athlete and always on the go - definitely not a couch potato. More >>
Egyptian Mau Cat Egyptian Mau: With characteristics of a wildcat, the Egyptian Mau embodies a spirit reflecting the deity it once was in ancient Egypt. The breed boasts exotic coats of bronze and silver spots and is known as the only naturally spotted domestic cat. The Egyptian Mau cats possess extraordinary senses of smell, hearing and sight, making them highly alert to their surroundings. Egyptian Maus are sensitive to the needs and feelings of their families, both human and feline. More >>
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