5 Most Beautiful Cats In The World | Is Your Cat On The List?
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There are more than 54 different cat breeds across the world. Which cats are the most beautiful? Let’s see our list of the 5 most beautiful cats. The Norwegian Forest Cat: Hailing from the forests of Norway, the Norwegian Forest cat is known for their long and luxurious fur coats that protect them from harsh climates. Norwegian Forest cats are excellent hunters and climbers, with tufted ears and bushy tails that give them a distinctive appearance. These cats are also called Wegies. These majestic cats were idolized and adored by the Vikings. The mythical Norse goddess Freyja had two Norwegian Forest cats pull her gleaming golden chariot across the sky. They grow big, up to 22 pounds. The Vikings always had one on their ships to control the mice population. Norwegian Forest cats are affectionate and gentle companions, making them perfect for families. Birman Cat: The Birman Cat is also called the Sacred Cat Of Burma, and the cat with Sapphire eyes. Originating from the country Burma, these cats are famous. With their captivating blue almondshaped eyes and long silky coats, Birman cats possess an air of elegance. Birmans were beloved and revered by the ancient monks. One unique trait of this cat is their 'gloves'—they have white paws on all four of their feet. Birmans can be many colors, but tend to be white, and lighter in color. Birmans are known for their affectionate and sociable nature. Siamese Cat: Originating from Thailand (formerly known as Siam), Siamese cats are instantly recognizable due to their striking blue almondshaped eyes and their short, sleek coats. Siamese can live 12 to 20 years, so they can keep us company for a long time. Their unique colored fur adds to their charm. They come in gray, chocolate, blue, and lilac – which often change from cream color to other colors as they get older. They are incredibly vocal. The term for the highpitched cry is a Meezer, which is also one of their nicknames. Meezers also are one of the rare felines that often have trouble seeing in the dark due to a pigment in their eyes. Siamese cats are social and thrive on interaction, and love to be with their family. Persian Cat: The Persian Cat is a breed known for its luxurious long coat and distinctive flat face. Originating in ancient Persia, Persian cats are one of the oldest known cat breeds in the world. Persian cats have been called ‘furniture with fur’, due to their ability to be inactive and lazy. This makes them a perfect lap cat – Persian cats love to lay in a lap. Due to their long coats, regular grooming is essential to keep them healthy and comfortable. Bengal Cat: Let us explore the Bengal Cat. Bengal cats are a recent breed, and although beautiful, they can be challenging. Bengal cats were created by crossing domestic cats with the Asian leopard cat Bengal cats are climbers, and avid hunters. Known for their striking coat that resembles that of a leopard, Bengals are energetic, playful, and intelligent. Bengals are known to be a healthy breed, and take energy to care for. Bengal cats are independent but also loving.
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