British Shorthair

British Shorthair

Behaviour/Adaptability

An easy going breed, the British Shorthair is adaptable and will get on well with other pets. with other pets. They learn quickly and make great companions. They are known to have They are known to have kitten-like bursts of energy, even as adults. British Shorthairs can be left alone without experiencing anxiety and are not especially noisy. especially noisy.

Details

One of the world’s most popular cat breeds, the British shorthair is aptly named. Not only do they have a short, thick, plush coat, but they also have a friendly, but no-nonsense, i.e., quite British, feel to life. British Shorthair cats are ideal family cats and enjoy being with their owners, but may refuse to be held or cuddled too much.
This beautiful breed comes in a wide variety of colours and patterns, but the traditional British shorthair is wrapped in blue fur. The best thing: This medium-to-large sized cat has few health problems. In addition to being prized for their easy-going attitude to life, British shorthairs are loved for their thick, dense coat, which can be in almost any colour or pattern. Blue-grey cats, often called British blues, are probably the most popular colour choice among British shorthair fanciers.
But apart from their common blue coat, this breed is easy to recognise by their thick paws, broad chest, rounded head and chubby cheeks, which are fully pinchable. British Shorthairs with blue coats have bold orange-amber eyes, but dogs with other coat colours may have green, copper, amber or blue eyes. These magnificent cats require only a quick brushing once a week to keep their coat free of loose hair and dirt. British shorthairs are a large cat breed, and males can weigh up to 5 kilos. “

Breed Characteristics:
Vital Stats:
Weight – Female: 3.5 to 5 kg
Weight – Male: 4 to 7.5 kg

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