How to Tell the BREED of Your CAT

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self-confessed cat lovers will know that

many cats which are adopted to come from

shelters they are cats which may have

been lost or maltreated but many are

simply abandoned as soon as the airport

adopted a cat in this way is a noble and

loving act if you have adopted a kitten

then it may be difficult to distinguish

the characteristics at such a young age

once they've grown into adulthood or

have been adopted as adults they will

begin to assume the physical

characteristics that will have for the

rest of their lives once this happens it

is normal to want to know about the

breed of the animal and what differences

they have with other cats to help

situate your curiosity animal wife's

prepared this video of how to identify

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whether you've just adopted a cat or

you're taking them for a regular checkup

speaking to your vet is always a good


they should be expert on different cat

breeds and may discover some clues about

the origin of your cat from their

physical characteristics if you do not

know what your cat's breed looks like

you can examine their features and

physiognomy by looking at the forward



after looking closely at the physical

characteristics of your feline look for

photos of cats similar to them in our

galleries of breed images on the animal

wise website maybe you will notice some

specific traits that help you out in

your search also take a look at the

grips and breeds of cats established by

the fi fe international feline

Federation we list these cats one by one

so you can see which cat may best

resemble your own grip one belongs to

Persian and exotic cats all of which

share as main characteristics small ears

and a dense coat these cats can be

medium or large in size the breeds that

compromise this category are in the

second group we find cats with a semi

long coat usually accompanied by a thick

tail felines in this category may have

larger small ears depending on the breed

it may also be of large or medium size


the cats belonging to the third group

have short and fine coats as their main

characteristic they have large ears and

a strong musculature the tail can be

thick or thin as well as long


this category is designated for Siamese

and Eastern cats some of these breeds

are even known to have such a fine coat

that they blend with the skin or don't

have any at all however one of the main

characteristics of this group is their

elongated posture their small ears and

the thick or thin tail


this group is intended for breeds of cat

which are not yet recognized by the

International feline Federation


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