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Cat Breeds

About Cat Breeds


The Ocicat is a relatively new breed that’s been around since the 1960s.


Australian Mist

The Australian Mist is a cat of moderate size with short hair, a round head and large, expressive eyes in a range of greens.



Occasionally cat genes reshuffle into a combination that’s both unique and beautiful. Which is precisely what happened with one of our most contemporary cat breeds, the Snowshoe


Scottish Fold

In 1962 a couple of kittens were born with distinctive folding ears. The rounded faces of Scottish Fold cats have been melting hearts ever since.



The Tonkinese has the same affectionate, friendly nature as its close relatives, the Burmese and Siamese. The coat is short and close lying and the texture tends to be fine, soft and silky



The Exotic Shorthair is a medium-sized cat, with a large, round head, small ears and big, firm paws. Their faces are flat like the Persian’s,



The Balinese cat is a stunningly elegant, medium-sized cat, with the same svelte body as the Siamese. The coat tends to be fine, silky and flowing and the tail long,



The Chinchilla is an elegant cat, with long, thick, silky fur, a round face and large eyes. The undercoat is typically white with black, silver or gold tipping.



Tortoiseshell cats (or Torties for short) are well known for their colourful woven coats, resembling fallen autumn leaves. At first glance they look like a mixture of two colours,


Domestic Shorthair

Domestic Shorthairs have short, sleek fur. They come in every colour seen in cats, as well as just about every pattern, including mackerel tabby, tortoiseshell and solid.


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