The Top 6 Skinny-Faced Cat Breeds

From the well-known Siamese to the hairless Peterbald, skinny-faced cats have an exotic elegant and slender appearance. Some may look unusual, but all have quirky and affectionate personalities which makes the popular in a range of households. If you’re considering adding a skinny-faced breed to your home, it’s important to do your homework and ensure you choose the breed that’s right for you and your circumstances. In this guide, we take a look at some of the most popular skinny-faced breeds to help you choose the perfect companion.

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Why Brown Cats Are Rare + Pics of 11 Brown Cat Breeds

A visit to any cat shelter will bring you nose to nose with calicos, tabbies, and torties. You’ll also find a fair number of black, white, gray, and orange felines. But… I’m willing to wager a year’s supply of kitty litter that you won’t find anything on four paws to inspire the name ‘Hershey.’ Scarcity … Read more

British Longhair Breed Profile

  • Lifespan: 12-14 years
  • Energy: Low to medium
  • Temperament: Good-natured, quiet, independent, amiable
  • Weight: Males 6-9 kg (13.2 – 19.8 lbs), females 4-6 kg (8.8 – 13.2 lbs)
  • Colours: Blue, black, red, fawn, lilac, chocolate, cinnamon in solid and bicolour
  • Grooming: Daily
  • Other names: British Longhair Variant, British Semi-Longhair, Lowlander (United States), Britannica (Europe)
  • Cost: $1,000-$1,500

The British Longhair is a medium to large semi-longhaired cat who originated from Britain and is essentially a British Shorthair with longer fur.

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