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last week,I reading a Magazine,That magazine introduced some interesting cat .
Russian Blue is a gentle, affectionate cat easily distinguished from other breeds. One of the most outstanding features of the Russian Blue is a short, dense coat of an even, bright blue color with each hair dipped in silver. This silver tipping gives the Russian a silvery sheen and lustrous appearance that can best be appreciated in natural light. Russian Blues come in only one color, blue, and one coat length, short.The density of the coat causes it to stand out from the body and allows patterns to be traced in the coat which remain until you smooth them away. In lovely contrast to the blue coat, the Russian Blue has large, rounded, wide-set eyes that are a vivid green. The head is sometimes described as cobra-like which aptly describes the broad, medium wedge and flat profiles. The large, pointed ears are wide at the base and set rakishly toward the side of the head. The body of the Russian Blue is fine-boned, long, and firmly muscled. The clean lines and graceful carriage of the Russian Blue give it a regal appearance all its own.
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Norwegian Forest Cat
Bright emerald green eyes with a band of gold. Long flowing hair. Sweet-expressioned faces. Jaunty ear and toe trimmings. Each time you see a Norwegian Forest Cat is a feast for the eyes. Each time you touch their spun-silk soft coats is a delight to the fingertips.
These are the cats that explored the world with the Vikings, protecting the grain stores on land and sea, and which are believed to have left their progeny on the shores of North America as a legacy to the future.
These lovely cats are really two for the price of one, they can differ so greatly in looks from summer to winter. Some time in the spring they take off their “winter underwear,” the downy undercoat that provides warmth, and the long non-tangling outer guardhairs that act as protection from rain and snow. The contrast can be quite extreme. The inner-ear hair that deflects the wind and snow (and can be three to four inches long, curving out and around the ear like flexible racing stripes) remains all year. The tail is always magnificent, being as much as twelve inches or more when fanned to its fullest. Perhaps the most impressive part of the coat is the mane. On a fully mature cat, i.e. one over five years of age and which is challenged by the most adverse cold weather, the mane is nothing less than spectacular. It is long, dense and very, very impressive! This, unfortunately, may disappear in the spring, but rest assured that it will begin to lengthen again as the days begin to shorten.
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The Exotic Shorthair has a broad, massive, large head with a round underlying bone structure and a very large skull. (On a grown adult/ or a young kitten, it feels as if your holding a stone/or very large rock.) The cheeks are very full and round, the jaws broad; chin firm and well-developed. They have large, round, full wide-set eyes and a short, snub, broad nose. (Almost as broad as it is long.) A very deep nose break.
In fact, the cat's forehead, nose and chin should be in a straight line, when viewed from the side, you would see a shape like a large "B".
The ears are small, round-tipped and are not unduly open at the base. They are set far apart and tilted forward. The ears should ride low on the head without distorting the round contour. (It would appear almost like a large "Pom-Pom".)
The massive head is connected by a short, thick, "linebacker's" neck to a medium-to-large body, that has resounding depth across shoulders and chest, a level back, a hind end like a quarter horse and a tail, which could be judged "about as long as the distance between the neck and the tail root. The tail should be "carried without a curve at an angle, lower than the back.
some Exotic Shorthair looklike Garfield!
cats are cute, cuddly and all... but i wouldnt want cat for a pet... a cat often finds a way to get out of the house, gets friendly to your neighbor so she gets to eat their food, comes back to poo, and leaves a trail of fur all around the house... but definitely theyre cute, no doubt...
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