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  • By: Margarita Ann L. Constantino III- Platinum BEd MSEUF
  • Abyssinian Abyssinian is a very active, extroverted, playful cat that is curious about its surroundings and has a well-balanced temperament. This cat has a strong, independent personality. Very gentle and loving, the Aby requires considerable attention, despises solitude. The Aby is talkative, but its voice is very quiet.
  • British Shorthair This calm, goodtempered, easygoing cat looks like a teddy bear. British shorthair are excellent, well-balanced companions that adapt easily to life in the city or in the country (where they can act on their strong hunting instinct). The British Shorthair is lively, playful, and very affectionate.
  • Ragdoll The Ragdoll’s calmness and it’s debonair, docile temperament make it a very pleasant companion. It does not tolerate agitation and noise. Ragdolls are sociable, getting along well with other cats and with the dogs. Very affectionate and loving, they like company and despise solitude. They adapt very well to apartment life and are not too noisy.
  • Egyptian Mau Lively, playful, active, and wellbalanced. Egyptian Maus are neither aggressive nor nervous. Reserved toward strangers, they are gentle and very affectionate toward their owner, they have a soft, pleasant voice. They can adapt to apartment life but they are alert and intelligent so require exercise and stimulation.
  • Turkish Cat Extremely intelligent and imaginative. A Turkish cat is very lively, loving and demonstrative pet. They frequently chatter in answer to their owners, more often than not getting the last word in. Turkish Van cats often retrieve toy mice, balls and crumpled paper, and will exhaust their owners long before they tire themselves. An intriguing aspect of Turkish Vans is their insatiable curiosity for water, A few are not interested but the majority can be found dipping their paws, toys and bedding in water bowls, or sitting in sinks and baths waiting for the tap to be turned on. They will also assist with rituals like dishwashing and often sit entranced while their owners are showering.
  • Scottish Folds Scottish Folds are especially peaceful, non-dominant, and friendly toward other cats and towards dogs. Gentle, very affectionate, loving, and very playful, they adore family life. They are discrete and have a soft voice. Hardy and resistant, these cats are excellent hunters. Their fluffy coat must be combed regularly and in addition, their ears need specially attention.
  • Bombay They are an outgoing cat, friendly and playful. They are easily leash trained and like to retrieve. They are a very sociable cat and make a great addition to the family as they get on well with children and dogs. They are very agile and athletic and their antics will keep you constantly amused.
  • Devon Rex The character of the Devon Rex is remarkable! Devon Rex are alert and active, and shows a lively interest in their surroundings. They love to be with their humans, and enjoy playing fetch or other games. They are also extremely agile cats with an inquisitive nature and will explore every corner of their homes.
  • Singapura Singapura cats are mischievous and inquisitive, meaning that they will investigate anything thoroughly. They are very quick witted, able to adapt and learn, intelligent, lightning fast and genuinely tough and hardy. They get on well with children and other pets.They have enchanting personalities, always wanting to please and entertain you. Soft sweet little voices that question you and answer you back. They are truly people pleasers.
  • Exotic Shorthair The personality of the Exotic cat is like that of the Persian, outgoing, placid, easy to handle and beautiful to look at. This combined with a sense of immense curiosity about what goes on about them makes them the ideal companion. They are most happy when they are with people and love playing with children or just sitting on a lap or
  • Burmilla The Burmilla Cat is an outgoing, friendly and sociable cat Burmillas are great with children. Combined with their low maintenance and wonderful disposition they make an ideal family pet.
  • Rex Once seen, never forgotten. The Cornish Rex cat is delightful, distinctively different, constantly charming and captivating. Rexes need people, and given a choice will spend most of their time with humans. They like people and they also like to participate in their activities. Using its paws like hands, a Cornish Rex can pick up small objects, and some have even learned to turn door knobs and open doors
  • Bengal The Bengal Cat's activity level is very high and they love to play, run and leap. They are great climbers and jumpers. They could at times be described as mischievous. Bengals are not a cat to be ignored. They sometimes demand a lot of attention but they will always keep you entertained with their antics.
  • Maine Coon Maine Coon Cats are a loyal gentle cat. They are often known as the Gentle Giant of the cat world. They are a vocal breed with a variety of meows, chirps and trills. They are very sociable and get on well with children and other pets. They love to be part of the family and will join in most family activities.
  • Balinese They are extremely affectionate and love to be in contact with their people. A Balinese is a cat that will be noticed. They will be there with you in times of need, consoling you with their company, and they will be there in your times of joy, ready to play and join in the fun. Life with a Balinese is an adventure, always on the move and never dull.
  • Ocicat The Ocicat personality and temperament are predictable and loving - they make a wonderful addition to any household - they generally adapt readily to most situations, including children and other pets. They are a beautiful, wild looking cat with the best domestic cat personality, very active and ready to play.
  • Siamese Siamese Cats are a very intelligent, lively, entertaining cat. They can be very demanding and become totally involved in their owner's life. Siamese do not like to be ignored and always have to be the centre of attention. They usually regard themselves as people rather than cats. You will never be bored if you own a Siamese cat.
  • The Norwegian Forest Cat enjoys being with people and other pets and is excellent with children. They are very patient animals and are not stressed easily. They are very intelligent and have a natural curiosity. They like to be up high to survey their kingdom. A climbing tree is perfect and they will spend endless amounts of energy going up and down doing all they can to impress you with their athletic abilities. Norwegian
  • Himalayan Himalayan Cats Along with their striking appearance, Himalayans have a wonderfully outgoing and engaging personality being extremely affectionate, playful and endearing. Many Himalayan fanciers would say they are the most outgoing of all
  • Highlander Highlander Cat The Highlander cat will steal your heart with their fun loving nature and crazy antics. This breed is extremely affectionate, gentle and also very playful. The Highlander cat loves to be the centre of attention. They are a high energy cat with an inquisitive nature. They love to chase and play.
  • Chinchillas are generally very placid, quiet cats, happy to lie around the home being decorative. They are affectionate, enjoy attention and can become quite attached to their owners. Chinchilla
  • Orientals eagerly greet you at the door and tell you all about their day. If you’re late, they will scold you and tell you how worried they were that you didn't call. Curiosity and intelligence combined, providing Orientals a means of finding anything and everything. They have been known to open a drawer, or empty your purse to discover their favourite toy. Give Orientals the attention and affection they so desperately need, and they will do anything to please you. Ignore them, and they will droop with despair. Oriental
  • Cheetoh Attributes include a super affectionate nature and real love for their human companions, great deal f intelligence with the ability to learn quickly and a keen instinct to hunt. The Cheetoh Cat is also extremely intelligent very curious and quite dog-like in their ways.
  • Persian Persian Cats are usually a quiet and gentle cat. They are calm and undemanding and can be very affectionate. They are very placid and unlikely to scratch anyone. Because of the Persian's serene nature they usually get on well with other pets and are great with children that are not too boisterous. They love to be stroked and patted and lap up any attention you give them.
  • The Russian Blue has a quiet sometimes shy although very affectionate personality. They are very soft spoken and you rarely hear them speak. They are very well suited to indoor life.The Russian Blue's quiet tranquil personality may best suit a family with the same characteristics. They are very loyal and become devoted to their owners.The Russian Blue is an intelligent cat, playful and sweet. They like to join in family activities. Russian Blue
  • Selkirk Rex They are curious, tolerant, extremely sociable cats that enjoy spending time with their preferred persons. People-oriented without being clingy, Selkirks have a generous measure of love and loyalty for their human companions. Selkirks fit in well with other family members including children, and usually get along well with other companion animals
  • Siberian Cats Personality Plus. The Siberian has a very dog like temperament and are very affectionate. They come out to great the visitors in the house and are not shy. They are very intelligent and very quick learners. They also have a triple purr and unlike other breeds have a chirping sound they use when they come to greet you. When they are around water they appear to be fascinated with it and will drop toys into it and play in sinks with water left in. The Siberian makes the ideal lap cat and will live quite happily indoors with you. Siberian
  • Amur Leopard The Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis) is one of the rarest and most endangered big cats. There are less than 40 known Amur leopards left in the wild. Find a desert-dweller next.
  • Black Panthers Black panthers are actually black-coated (melanistic) leopards and not a distinct species. Leopards are the most widespread members of the cat family. Find out which lynx is distinguished by its prominent ear tufts, blacktipped tail and furred paws.
  • African Wildcat The African wildcat (Felis silvestris cafra) is found throughout Africa and the Middle East.
  • Bobcat Bobcats are found in North America. They are shy animals and are not seen often. The color of the fur of these wild cats differs in different parts of the country. Swamps, Forests, Deserts, and Mountains are home to the Bobcats. They are good hunters. Rabbits are their favorite food, but they can climb trees to get birds and other small
  • Cheetah The cheetah is the swiftest of all land animals; it can run 70 mph (113 kph) across short distances.
  • Tiger The tiger (Panthera tigris) is the largest of all big cats. Less than 3,200 tigers exist in the wild today. At one time, there were 9 subspecies. Three subspecies are now extinct. Find groups working on tiger conservation. IUCN Red List of Endangered Species: Endangered.
  • Lion The lion (Panthera leo) once roamed throughout southeastern Europe, the Middle East and parts of India. While a small population still remains in India, the species now occupies habitats in various parts of Africa. Find groups working on lion conservation.
  • European Wildcat The Scottish or European wildcat is yellowish-gray to dark gray with dark stripes running across its head, body and legs.
  • Snow Leopard The snow leopard is nearly extinct, with remaining populations located in the mountains of Asia. Find groups working on snow leopard conservation.
  • Margays Margays are found in forested areas from northern Mexico to northern Argentina and Uruguay. The margay grows to be 40 inches (102 centimeters) long, which includes a 16-inch (41centimeter) tail.
  • Sunda Clouded Leopard The Sunda Clouded Leopard (Neoflis diardi), also called the Sundaland clouded leopared is found in Sumatra and Borneo. Studies show a continuing decrease in population. The leopard’s local name means “tree branch tiger.” Photo credit: Spencer Wright (North Walsham, England). Find groups working on Sunda clouded leopard conservation.
  • Caracal A caracal is a golden cat that lives in dry regions, from Africa to India. When a caracal is ready to attack, it turns its ears toward its back, but doesn't completely flatten them (as seen in the picture).
  • Fishing Cat The fishing cat is a small wildcat that excels in swimming and diving. A fishing cat will wait near a stream for a fish to swim by. When one does, the feline lashes out with a paw and bats the fish ashore.
  • Canada Lynx The Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) sleeps in rock crevices and caves during the day and hunts at night. Its main source of food is the snowshoe hare, but it also eats rodents and birds.
  • Ocelots Ocelots can be found from southern Arizona and Texas to northern Argentina. The short fur of the ocelot is buff or gray colored and is spotted with black dots and oblong patches of dark brown and black.
  • Jaguarundi The jaguarundi (Felis yagouaroundi tolteca) is a wildcat native to Arizona and Mexico. See another small cat that's endangered due to the destruction of its habitat and the hunting for its fur.
  • Florida Cougar The Florida cougar, or Florida panther, a subspecies native to southern Florida, is reddish brown.
  • Jaguars Jaguars (Panthera onca) roam throughout Central and South America in forests located near rivers and lakes. They are very similar in appearance to leopards, but generally larger. There are several subspecies of jaguar. Find groups working on jaguar conservation. IUCN Red List of Endangered Species: Near Threatened.
  • Long- Legged Leopard The serval is a long-legged wildcat native to Africa. This cat looks as if it's made from the leftover parts of other animals, having such a small head, tawny coat with black spots and large erect ears without tufts.
  • Leopard The leopard, like this African leopard (Panthera pardus), is an excellent climber and spends much of its time in trees. It's a solitary animal and usually hunts alone at night.