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The Turkish Angora is believed to be the direct descendents of the African Wildcat, and was discovered by American servicemen in the Akura, Turkey Zoo.
The Somali cat is a subcategory of the Abyssinian, and was discovered during intensive breeding in the 1950s.
The Sokoke cat is known as the rarest breed in the world, with only a few breeding cats remaining.
The Singapura cat originates from Singapore, and is believed to be a result of breeding the Burmese and the Siamese cats together.
The Siamese cat is believed to be the descendent of the ancient domesitcated cats of Siam, Thailand, and has become revered for its elegant features.
The Scottish Fold cat originates from Scotland as a barn cat, and is identified easily by its ears that fold over toward the nose.
The Persian cat originates from the Iranian Plateau, and was imported to Italy by Pietro Della Valle, becoming a popular pet due to its kind disposition.
The Nebelung cat is a mix between the Russian Blue, and the Long-haired Russian Blue, and can be found only in America and Russia.
The Munchkin cat is easily identified by their very short legs, believed to be the same genetic mutation that resulted in the short legs on a corgi or dachshund.
The LaPerm cat has a very distinctive curl or wave to its fur, and is extremely loving but a fierce hunter.
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