Outgoing, affectionate and friendly, the Abyssinian is so intelligent. Many of them can learn to walk on a leash and harness, and some can even do cat tricks.
The American Shorthair has a calm, even demeanor that lends itself to learning. ideal for acting and modeling roles because they respond so well to positive reinforcement.
When you dig into the Bengal’s ancestry, they came from Asian Leopard Cat. firmly entrenched in family life, Bengals retain some traits from their ancestors, including exotic good looks and high energy.
On an energy scale of 1 to 10, the Japanese Bobtail is about an 11. In addition to their go-go-go personalities, they are known to be smart and love attention from their families and strangers alike.
Ability to adapt to almost any situation.They have survived centuries of harsh weather, rodent hunting in barns and expanding industry.
Curious and adventurous,the Ocicat wants to be wherever you are—and readily will learn to ride in a car, a motorhome or even a boat.They’re actually a crossing of Abyssinians with Siamese.
The social Siamese thrives on attention and wants to be involved in everything you are doing.popular in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.