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If you are a cat lover looking for a breed with a huggably soft, pet-ably fluffy coat, well look no further. We have compiled a list of the most puff-ball-esque cat breeds around.
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!
Some domestic cats look like they just prowled out of the jungle. Find out about these exotic looking cat breeds!
Many different breeds of cats can come in white, but some more often than others. Find out about these white cat breeds.
All cats are pretty adorable creatures, though some may prefer to be thought of as distinguished predators. But these cute cats may take the cake for absolutely sweet traits.
Cats come from all corners of the globe, but cats that originated in Asia have some distinct characteristics. Learn about these Asian cat breeds.
Starting to see more and more of particular cat breeds? Noticing trends in cats on TV? Wondering what the most popular cat breeds are? Well wonder no more! Here are some breeds that American cat fanciers just can't get enough of.
There's just something arresting about blue eyes, don't you think? These eight lovely cats feature sparkling blue eyes.
Black cats may have a bad rap for bad luck, but we're not buying it. One of these sleek beauties could become the best thing to ever happen to you.
For people who love the warmth of a kitty snuggled up on your lap, these lap cats are sure to please. Take a look at this list of affectionate people-cats.
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.
Don't you just love those dog and cat breeds with the smooshed faces like Pugs and Persians? Although this very distinctive look might be cute, it can be the cause of breathing difficulties. Learn more about how to care for pets with shorter muzzles.
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.
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.
Glaucoma is an eye disease that can result in blindness. Learn more about this disease and which breeds are most likely to suffer from it.
Eye infections in pets can develop into serious issues if left untreated. Here are the 5 things you need to know about eye infections in cats and dogs.
An upper respiratory infection for pets is the equivalent to the common cold for humans. It is highly contagious and can be contracted from frequent visits to a kennel, among other causes. Here's what you need to know.
Upper respiratory infections are highly contagious bacterial or viral organisms that spread very easily amongst cats and dogs. Most animals contract URI while in a crowded location such as a kennel, the groomer's, or a shelter.
Cats are very clean creatures, which is great. However, their almost obsessive cleaning of their coats does yield one yucky side effect: hairballs. To learn about what causes hairballs, look no further.
Since hairballs are an unavoidable condition of being a cat parent, read on for a few quick facts about preventing and treating them.
When a female goes into heat, it means changes in behavior, some of them probably unwanted. Find out how to tell if your cat is in heat and what to expect.
Feline herpes is a common cause of respiratory infections in cats, and is a condition for life. It can usually be easily treated, however. Learn how here.
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?
Did you know that 95% of the cats in the US are mixed breed American Domestics? Well that makes any purebred cat a bit rare, but these rare felines are an uncommon sight indeed.
Lots of people love cats, but how many of us love the hair they leave lying on our couches, carpets, and clothes? Take a look at these cats who don't shed very much.
Several breeds of dogs and some cats are at risk for "cherry eye," an eye disorder. If you see the signs, talk to your vet as soon as possible.
A liver shunt is caused when blood flow bypasses the liver entirely. Find out what causes liver shunts in dogs and cats and what you can do to help your pet.
Stenotic nares are severe nasal abnormalities that are usually seen in brachycephalic dog and cat breeds. This condition can hinder your pet's ability to breathe. Luckily, there are treatment options available.
Entropion is a rare eye condition in which the eye lid turns inward causes irritation, pain and possible infection of the cat's eye. Here are the causes, symptoms and treatment options available.
Kidney failure is a serious condition that can potentially be fatal if not diagnosed quickly. Learn what important warning signs to keep an eye out for in order to get your cat the vital help they need. Learn more here.
There are many causes of kidney disease in cats and dogs, including bacterial infections. Learn more here.
Just like humans, cats can sometimes suffer form sleep disorders. Learn how to tell if your cat has a sleep disorder and what to do.
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 difficult to read, and sometimes even hide signs of distress because of their instincts. Find out what some common cat diseases are, how to spot them, and which diseases are more concerning than others.
Finding a tumor under your cat's skin can be a scary thing for any pet parent, but you shouldn't be alarmed just yet. To find out how to spot a tumor early on, and the treatment options available for your feline, read on.
Heart disease is not always something that is caught early in cats because the symptoms set in later rather than sooner. That's why prevention is the best treatment. Learn more here on how you can protect your feline's heart.
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.
Pets are at risk for a variety of skin cancers that must be caught and treated early.
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.
Eye infections in dogs and cats can be caused by viruses, allergies, or injury, to name a few. Learn what causes eye infections in pets.
The rivalry that defines all other rivalries - cats and dogs - might not be as set in stone as we believe. Here is what you need to know if you are trying to get a cat to interact with a dog, or another cat.
Airports can be tricky. Especially if you plan on taking a pet along for the ride. To help you better avoid the pitfalls of traveling with a pet, here is a checklist of airplane rules in regards to cats and dogs.
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