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Spotted cats are impressive-looking and lovely, maybe because we associate their looks with wild cats. Take a look at this list of domestic spotted 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!
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 usually run around the same size once full grown, but there are some breeds that get up to around 20 pounds! These largest of the domestic cat breeds are for someone looking for big-time cuddles.
When cats let out a nice long purr, most of the time it's because they are content and happy. What most pet parents probably didn't know is that cats tend to purr for other reasons as well.
There are over 70 cat breeds recognized today, so it can be hard to keep them all straight! Our infographic highlights the most popular breeds and where they came from.
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.
Cats have a very long history with humans, including coming to the United States as stowaways and rodent control on ships. Since then, plenty of lovely cat breeds have emerged from this sea-faring stock. Learn about these American cat breeds.
Cats come from all corners of the globe, but cats that originated in Asia have some distinct characteristics. Learn about these Asian cat breeds.
It has always been a tale that cats have 9 lives. There are, however, a few cat breeds that seem to surpass all others when it comes to longevity. Find out here if your feline makes the list.
Cats come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. As such, different cat breeds have different life expectancies. The average lifespan of a cat depends on a lot of variables -- from diet and exercise to their overall health to their breed. To get a better idea of your cat’s expected lifespan, check out this list of cat breeds and average ages.
Flea and Tick Collars are, obviously, for dogs at risk of getting fleas and ticks, but have you ever asked yourself "how do flea collars work?" Learn how flea collars work and everything else you need to know here.
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