A few basic facts about cats, along with a little cat history, may help you decide if you want to own a cat. Knowing about cats can help you feel more comfortable with a pet as well as being more aware of how to keep one as a pet.
The first question that must be answered is what breed of cat you are looking for. There are several breeds and each has its own characteristics. Although most people do not want a purebred cat because of health reasons, there are many attractive markings found in the cats of some breeds that can be a nice addition to your home.
Some breeds have personality traits as well. Some common ones include the Basset, Siamese, Poodle, Persian, and Maine Coon. When choosing a cat breed, it is also important to know if you want a wild or tame cat. While wild animals are fun to play with, a cat with a lot of fur and scratches is not a good choice for children.
Now that you know what type of cat you want, it is time to determine what you want to do about cat history. Cat breeders will tell you that cats can be a misunderstood breed. However, even if they were originally wild or had human care, it does not mean that you cannot own a pet.
They are a unique breed and can easily adapt to a pet home, a person’s care, and can carry on their own families. Not all cats are created equal and there are certain attributes that separate the cats from one another. Once you know what qualities to look for, then you can determine if a particular breed of cat fits into your lifestyle or not.
Once you have chosen a breed of cat, you should also know about their behavior. Some breeds are very sociable and want to live in a group. Other breeds, on the other hand, have been bred for their patterns and are solitary animals. Make sure you know which kind of cat you want before you look at pictures or videos of them. Do not assume that a photo or video shows a certain breed of cat because it does not.
If you want to know about cats and if you are interested in a cat that is likely to live alone, then a Persian breed may be right for you. These cats are calm and sociable, but they are the only breed of cat that gets its fur matted together, so it does not shed as much as other breeds. Of course, this does not mean that a Persian will not need to bathe and clean itself often, but the cat’s coat is not extremely long and thin.
If you want a cat that is more likely to live alone, then there are other breeds that you might want to consider. If you love animals and have an interest in the history of felines, then a Pug breed may be for you.
These cats are usually very sociable, although they can be somewhat stubborn when it comes to breeding. While a Pug breed is a relatively new breed, the cat does have a very beautiful coat. This breed has very sensitive hearing, so this is a breed that should not be around children if possible.
A character trait for most cats is curiosity. The Cat of the Stars seems to know everything and can learn quickly. Cats are very observant animals and will search out things they need in order to survive.
You should be aware that many breeds have been classified as either toys or lap cats. Most owners tend to classify their cats as lap cats when they see them running around in circles, scratching at things. Since most lap cats have very distinct personalities, it is hard to tell which breed is which.
Because there are so many breeds, if you want to find out more about a specific breed, it is best to visit a local breeder or veterinarian. You may also learn about a cat breed that is far removed from the “typical” one. Many people find that they prefer the English cat breed over the Stafford shire or West Highland, for example.