List of all cat breeds.
A Siberian is a perfect mix of all the right qualities – she’s intelligent and playful, healthy, selfgrooming, and gets along well with children and pets.
Beautiful ‘n’ charming
The most distinguished feature of a Siberian is her boning. The cheekbones are low and wide, with the jaw neither pointed nor overstrong, the ears moderately wide set, the body strong and well muscled and the fur semilong. Females are significantly smaller than males and feel much less muscled when one holds them.
Other characteristic features include rounded/wedge shaped skull, short rounded muzzle and chin, somewhat widely set and preferably with tipping, rounded eyes, etc. Their coat is medium length with full undercoat. Siberian cats, once called Siberian Forest Cats, can be found in all colours.
British Shorthair… Brits sweetheart
British Shorthair cats are real sweethearts…they are simply irresistible. These calm and cute kitties are natural charmers…what make them even more lovable is their full cheeks, giving a chubby-faced ‘Cheshire cat smile’ look. Here’s a bit more about these antique kitties.
Brits rich heritage
The British Shorthair, probably the oldest English breed of cat, traces her ancestry back to the domestic cat of Rome. This breed was first prized for her physical strength and hunting ability, but soon became equally recognized and valued for her calm demeanor, endurance and loyalty to man. Because of her easy-going nature and intelligence, she has become a favourite of animal trainers, for use in Hollywood films and television commercials.
Chinchilla Persian: Kohl eyes that take your breath away!
“Chinchilla Persians are regal Persian cats with white or golden undercoats and minimal silver tipping. You just can’t ignore their beautiful emerald green eyes with black lining!”
The Chinchilla is a colour within the Persian breed. They are an elegant and regal, with a long beautiful luscious flowing coat, round face and large round eyes. The Chinchilla is depicted by the white undercoat with minimal silver tipping. Shaded Silver Persians have more silver tipping on the hair. The most remarkable thing about a Chinchilla/Silver Persian is their eyes, they have black lining around their eyes that make them look like they are wearing eye make-up. The emerald green eye colour is unbelievably beautiful against the coat. The rare Golden Chinchilla has pale honey/golden undercoat with a mantle of silver tipping.
Toygers: Mini tigers to love and cuddle
Those who are enchanted by tigers can bring home a Toyger with looks of a tiger but size like a toy and a heart of gold
Dressed to kill
Toygers were created to look like Toy Tigers. They are short haired, completely domestic cat derived from carefully selected domestic shorthairs and pedigreed cats like the Bengal. Medium-sized, Toygers are strong with long and muscular tail. Their coat is short and thick and soft to touch. Their colour is orange/tan background with dark stripes that reminds us of beautiful and athletic tiger.
Toygers were recognised in TICA (The International Cat Association) for registration only in 1993 and worked up from Preliminary New Breed, Advanced New Breed and finally Championship status in May of 2008.
Intelligent, affectionate, loving and playful…a Pixiebob can give you hours of entertainment…playing, loving and cuddling with you.
Muscular and solid, Pixiebobs are medium to large cats. Their eyes are triangular in shape and their brows are heavy. They usually have a short tail of almost nothing to about six inches. They may have kinks and knots and curly cues. They are polydactyl, that is, they have extra toes. They can have upto seven toes in each paw.
They usually come in various shades of brown spotted tabby. Occasionally they may be found with the classic pattern, and/or the different colours of orange, grey or black.
Loyal and playful…
They are loyal, confident, assertive and even obedient. What’s more? They like to ride in the car! They are very quiet and intelligent. They can be trained to walk on a leash and have been known to play ‘fetch’ and ‘hide & seek’. They are active, but not hyperactive. They get along well with dogs and children, given proper introductions. They also bond deeply with their family.