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Some cats just look like creatures of the wild, prowling through dark forest... or hallways. Take a look at these domestic house cats who look and act more like their wild ancestors.
Some domestic cats look like they just prowled out of the jungle. Find out about these exotic looking cat breeds!
You've probably seen most of these common cat breeds at some point or another, but you might be surprised about the most common cat of all -- making up 95% of US cats!
The word "tabby" refers to a cat's coloring as opposed to their breed, but many breeds usually come with tabby coats. Find out more about tabby cats.
Some cats are born as dwarfs -- whether from an unplanned genetic mutation or from intentional breeding. Find out what it means when a cat is a dwarf.
When it comes to cats, some breeds are known for their aloof or independent dispositions. For the owner who wants a loyal friend who will seek out affection and interaction, you’ll want a benevolent breed that enjoys the company of people.
Not all cats like to cuddle, not all cats like to be picked up, and not all cats like to play for hours on hours. What kind of cat best fits your personality?
Our feline friends weren't always so tame and amiable. Find out how domestic cat breeds descended from wild cats, and what some of the oldest cat breeds are.
Cats can be small or large, fluffy or furry, talkative or a quiet type. Here we've grouped some of the most popular cat breeds into useful types.
There are different kinds of pet parents out there, but the question is, which one do you happen to be? Are you a cuddle-loving snuggler or a strict trainer? A bit of both?
Progressive retinal atrophy is an eye condition found in dogs and cats that eventually leads to complete vision loss. Although this may be difficult for your pet to adjust to, your pet can continue to have a long happy life.
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