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The American Shorthair is America’s own breed, originating from cats that followed settlers from Europe. It is a medium to large breed with a short, thick, hard coat in more than 80 different colors and pattern combinations. This breed is known for its health, good looks, quiet disposition and amiability with children and dogs.
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Busy cat owners who like the look of a Persian, but don’t have time for daily grooming sessions, have made the Exotic the most popular cat breed again, according to the Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) registration statistics.
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Although the distinctive feature of the American Curl is their uniquely curled ears, the medium-sized rectangular body, silky flat-lying coat, and expressive walnut-shaped eyes are equally indicative of the breed. They are available in both long and shorthair color and pattern varieties, and since there is minimal undercoat, the Curl sheds little and requires hardly any grooming.
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The Cat Fanciers' Association expanded its list of registered breeds effective May 1, welcoming the Bengal to Championship status, and the Khao Manee and Lykoi into Miscellaneous status.
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The American Bobtail is a medium to large, naturally occurring, bobtailed cat. It possesses a unique natural hunting gaze that combines with the breed’s body type and natural bobtail to give the American Bobtail a distinctive wild appearance. This gorgeous breed comes in both a long and a short coat in all colors and patterns.
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The Cat Fanciers’ Association (CFA) and its Ambassador Cat Program unveil a new coloring book Caring for Your Kitty.
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