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Cymric Cat

Cymrics are basically long-haired Manx cats, sharing with that breed the rounded head, widely spaced ears, big eyes and of course stubby tail. The Cymrics are thought to have originated in 1750 and are a result of a natural genetic mutation off the coast of Britain.   The cats, developed from Manx, are both known for…

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Siberian Cat Insurance

The national cat of Russia, the Siberian is a large and powerfully built cat breed with a history going back centuries in its native land. The Siberian’s thick coat and athleticism are well adapted to life in the frozen north, but these cats are happy in all kinds of environments. Siberians want to be in…

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Siamese Cat Insurance

The Siamese is one of the world’s iconic cat breeds. Originating in Thailand (which was once called Siam), where it has been beloved for centuries, the first known Siamese to reach the US was given as a gift to US President Rutherford B. Hayes in the 1870s. Breeding programs have given rise to two types…

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Arabian Mau Cat Insurance

The Arabian Mau is a medium-sized, short-haired cat that is descended from the desert cat, a feline species native to the Arabian Peninsula. Maus are known to become very attached to their owners, even if they are not especially affectionate, and for being quite fastidious. They are very active, loving to play and to hunt,…

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Oriental Cat Insurance

The Oriental cat is a favorite of cat lovers and breeders alike for its striking appearance and for its loving personality, which can be quite vocal. The breed was developed in England back in the 1950s, and represents several varieties that originated from the Siamese lineage; by one definition, the Oriental is a non-spotted version…

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Thai Cat Insurance

Thai cats originated in Thailand, and they are renowned for their colorful coats, beautiful eyes and intriguing personalities. This breed of cats is classified as Burmese, Siamese, Korat or Suphalak accordingly to color. These cats have been associated with good luck since they first appeared some 1000 years ago in Thailand’s temples and royal courts,…

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Nebelung Cat Pet Insurance

Nebelung in German means something like “creature of the mist,” a phrase that nicely captures this cat’s shimmering coat of silver and blue. A variant of the Russian Blue, this type of cat breed was developed in the 1980s. Nebelungs’ are longish, mid-sized cats with striking green eyes and medium-length hair. Males tend to have…

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LaPerm Cats Pet Insurance

The LaPerm, which was developed in the 1980s in Oregon, takes its name from its distinctive curly or “permed” fur, which can be short or long. The LaPerm can be born shorthaired or even bald as kittens, with their distinctive curls growing in after a few months. You might see a LaPerm with a straight…

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Toygers (The Cat That Looks Like A Tiger)

As the name suggests, Toyger cats resemble miniature tigers, with the important difference that they are sweet and friendly to people. The breed is one of the newer breeds as it was developed in the 1990s from stock that included a street cat that was found in Kashmir in India who looked like a tiger….

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Manx Cat Breed Info

The Manx Cats are one of the oldest cat breeds with many legends surrounding their origin. Some have thought that the Manx has been around since the 1800s, however, they have been bred in the United States since the early 1930s. The theory is that the Manx’s tailless body is the result of a spontaneous…

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