Abyssinian Cats Full of Energy


by Love Meow on Feb 3rd, 2010 | 9 Comments

Abyssinian cats are extremely active, playful, extroverted, and intelligent. In photography, I personally believe they’d be excellent feline sports models because of their slender shape and muscular body. They love to explore and play more than many other cats, so they are not usually lap cats. Photographer Peter Hasselbom from Gothenburg, Sweden has many Abyssinian babies that […]

The Norwegian Forest Cat


by Love Meow on Jan 20th, 2010 | 9 Comments

The Norwegian Forest Cat has a beautiful, thick, luxurious, water-proof double layered coat. They are fluffy from tip to toe with tufts of hair around the ears and in between their toes. Their tail is bushy like a huge brush. They use it to wrap around them when they sleep to prevent getting cold from […]

Egyptian Mau Fastest Dometic Cat Breed


by Love Meow on Dec 27th, 2009 | no comment »

Egyptian Maus are an energetic breed that is perhaps the oldest cat breed alive. The Egyptian Mau has natural spotted fur and skin. Their look has not changed much from thousands of years ago. They still retain the regal, elegant figure as those depicted in the artwork from the ancient Egypt. Egyptian Maus are the […]

Why do Munchkin Cats Like to Stand on Their Hind Legs


by Love Meow on Dec 4th, 2009 | 1 Comment

Flickr: AlleyKitten Munchkins are perhaps the perpetual kitten cats. They have short legs and a small body. They are famous for standing on their hind legs like a meerkat or ferret, looking and surveying around. Why do Munchkins like to stand on their hind legs? Click to watch the video below - Several gorgeous and adorable […]

The Small Cat Breeds


by Love Meow on Oct 15th, 2009 | 3 Comments

The domestic cat is a predatory animal. They hunt mice and rats and will kill snakes. There are many breeds of house cats and even “small breeds.” Different breeds can be pinpointed by their appearance, vocalizations, body language, being more or less playful, and eating habits. The small cats are also called lap cats or […]

The Manx Cat


by Love Meow on Oct 13th, 2009 | no comment »

There are a few breeds that have short tails or even no tail. One of them is called the Manx. The Manx originated from the Isle of Man in the 1700s. The natives believe that the Manx came from the Far East long time ago. According to legend, the cats went on a Spanish ship […]

Exotic Shorthair


by Love Meow on Oct 6th, 2009 | 2 Comments

The Exotic Shorthair looks exotic with their interesting features. In fact, the way they look has to do with how the breed came about. Back in the 1960s, breeders from the United States decided to secretly cross the Persian with the American Shorthair. They wanted to improve the body type and fur color for the American […]

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