The cat (Felis catus), also known as the domestic cat or housecat
Many homes around the world have at least one cat living inside as a pet; in fact many homes have a few cats dwelling inthem. People raise these animals for many reasons. Some want them for their companionship. Cats are soft, sweet, and lovable. People like playing with them when they are kittens and once they are olderand calm love just snuggling with them.
The reason these people keep cats is mainly for enjoyment. However, many other people keep cats to control the mouse or insect population in their houseor on their farms. These cats usually do not come into much contact with their owners. Most just stay outside or in the barn where the mice are.
From there the species has changed and mutated intothe 130 different species of domestic cat and the numerous species of wild cats roaming the planet today either being fed or hunting for their survival.
breeds of Cats
Birmans havesoft voices and are more active than Persians but less active and talkative than Siamese. The coat is more silky than fluffy, and for that reason it rarely mats and is easy to groom and keep in order.British Shorthair
The British Shorthair is indeed a sturdy, compact looking cat.
A British Shorthair is a delight to own, being intelligent, affectionate, and untempermental.
They areextremely resilient when interacting with children and there placid, easy going, unflappable nature means they take almost anything in their stride.
Australia's most popular cat
theDomestic - also known as the moggie!..Moggies do not conform to any standards - coming in a range of shapes and sizes,plus a riot of attractive coat colours and patterns.
The beautifulPersian has a long and distinguished history and has appeared in cat shows for over 100 years.
The Persian is particularly well suited as a house or apartment cat and being an indoor cat also helps to...