Category: Breeds
Cat Breeds | Why Certain Breeds Need Pet Insurance

Cat Breeds | Why Certain Breeds Need Pet Insurance

If you own a cat, you might think that because most cats are indoor pets, you don’t need pet insurance. For the most part, if your cat remains healthy, that certainly can be ...

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Selkirk Rex Cat Insurance

Selkirk Rex Cat Insurance

The Selkirk Rex is a breed that originated only recently with a shelter cat discovered in Montana. These cuddly and highly social cats are readily identifiable by their uniquely ...

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Cymric Cat

Cymric Cat

Cymrics are essentially long-haired Manx cats, sharing with that breed the rounded head, widely spaced ears, big eyes and of course stubby tail. Despite its Welsh name, the breed ...

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Cornish Rex Cat

Cornish Rex Cat

Most cats have three kinds of hair that make up their fur, but not the Cornish Rex: its coat is entirely made up of down. The breed originated in 1950 in, naturally, Cornwall in ...

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Bombay Cat

Bombay Cat

The Bombay cat breed was developed in the mid-twentieth century in an effort to create a cat that looks like a miniature black panther. With its copper-colored eyes and short ...

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Chausie Cat Insurance

Chausie Cat Insurance

Chausies are a mix between jungle cat and a domestic cat and was one of the first to be recognized as a domestic feline by the International Cat Association. The early jungle cat ...

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Chartreux Cat

Chartreux Cat

The Chartreux cat is commonly thought to be associated with the Carthusian monks of France because of their name. However, it's recently been discovered that they more than ...

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Burmese Cat

Burmese Cat

Burmese cats are loving and outgoing. They love to play, snuggle and talk to their people. This breed descended from one chocolate cat named Wong Mau, brought from Burma by a ...

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Balinese Cat

Balinese Cat

Despite its name, the Balinese cat has no connection with the island of Bali; rather, the breed originated in the US as a longer-haired variant of the Siamese. Like the Siamese ...

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Ashera Cat

Ashera Cat

Ashera is a hybrid cat breed that has caused some controversy. In fact, the breed was marketed by Lifestyle Pets as an African serval paired with Asian Leopard cat paired with a ...

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