— Hybridization and persecution have brought the UK's only native wildcat to the brink of extinction, but it's poised to make a comeback.
— This kindhearted breed’s affectionate, adaptable nature makes for a great family companion.
— This intelligent and affectionate breed will melt your heart when he melts into your arms.
— This solidly built charmer loves his people, but he’s also a fierce hunter when given the chance.
— This breed is known for being a cat, dog, and monkey, all rolled into one sociable feline.
— Persians appeared in the first cat shows ever held, and more than 100 years later, the breed is still one of the most popular in the cat fancy.
— This loyal and friendly cat breed with exotic good looks reminds us of the origins of cats.
— From street cat to posh puss, this pom-pom-tailed charmer has fans all around the world.
— Born on the steppes, this loving, athletic breed is designed to survive nature's harshest conditions.
— Swoon over these pictures of Little P, Roku, and Hachi, three small cats with big online followings.
— Sphynxes love everyone; while they seem to enjoy human attention, they love the company of other cats, dogs, even little gray aliens.
— This affectionate, chatty, outgoing cat with Asian roots has its DNA in many of our favorite breeds.
— Are cats secretly Time Lords? These hairless cats look a lot like the new Doctor Who, Peter Capaldi.
— Spots, ticking, and patches -- there's a lot more to this ancient coat pattern than just stripes.
— The breed’s origins are shrouded in mystery and controversy, but this “Velcro cat” has worked her way into the hearts and laps of millions.
— I had no idea what the Ragdoll breed was; now I LOVE them, thanks to my adopted cat Zorro.
— America’s homebred longhaired cat is friendly, intelligent and as rugged as its state of origin.
— This powerful but friendly breed of kitty began as a farm cat on a remote island.
— The Tonk's popularity comes from his intelligence and his loving, social and active nature.
— Hairless cat breeds are not for novices; they need much in terms of food, grooming, and attention.
— This calm and easygoing cat can thrive in almost any environment.
— The rare and beautiful long-haired cousin of the Russian Blue has a fascinating history all his own.
— Hybrid-derived domestic breeds have no more behavior problems than other cats, yet several groups petition to ban them in California.
— The Sphynx breed might be the poster cat for nudist living, but he also loves to play dress up.
— I did my research on cat breeds, but I had a lot to learn living with two "nudist" Sphynx cats.
— Two groups campaign for the regulation of "Frankencats," scaring people with exaggerated depictions of the dangers posed by hybrid cats.
— Lykoi cats come from a natural genetic mutation and should be making the cat show rounds by 2016.
— The name "cat dancer" is appropriate for one who gets inspiration from her feline companion.
— "It's pretty feral. You still want it?" asked the bodega owner who held the angry, screaming kitten against the snow with a gloved hand.
— My favorite breed will always be "rescued," but I'd have a hard time turning down these beauties!
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