There are many breeds of cats out there. If you are like most people, you don’t know much about them. To help you make a decision about breeds, here is some helpful information.
Do you want a cat that can be entertained and not get into mischief? So don’t consider the Sphynx, Rex, British Angora, and Siamese. These cats are energetic and seem to be looking for trouble. For those looking for a cat that provides entertainment, these are a good option. The Rex is a silly cat as it will try to amuse you.
There are also other important features to consider. For example, if you want a long-haired or short-haired cat. Those who do not have time to groom the pet on a daily basis should not choose a long-haired cat. Those who choose long hair must realize the commitment to take care of that coat. If you don’t, it can become matted and matte and should be shaved. And it can also pose a health risk.
Vocal cats are often something that many people consider or want nothing to do with. They can be quite loud. Many cat owners do not have problems with them, others realize that communicating with them is necessary and that, in some cases, it is not the right choice.
Vocal / Noisy Cat Breeds:
Calm cat breeds:
Attitude is your next determining factor. Some cats enjoy being held and cuddled, while others want nothing to do with humans. Some cats want the attention, while others don’t. Choosing which one is right for you is a lot.
Affectionate breeds are ideal for children:
Short haired russian
Norwegian forest cat
Finally, choose whether you would like to go with a kitten or an abandoned older cat. Remember that kittens need to be trained, but adult cats can already be established on their paths. You can find many kitten breeds to choose from at your local cat show and you can also look for them at your local humane society. These cats need homes and these organizations are often full of them.
I hope you find this information helpful and help you find the perfect cat.