What type of cat/cats do you have?

@ongtina (1232)
Singapore
July 8, 2010 11:04am CST
I like cats. I had an american shorthair cat, what do you have, or which type of cat you like best?
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@laniekins (4585)
• Philippines
12 Jul 10
I've got cats and they are native Philippine cats. I wish I can have persian cats, I want full of furs.
@ongtina (1232)
• Singapore
16 Jul 10
With shorthair, I already see fur all over the place, can't imagine the horror with long hair. heeheehee
@laniekins (4585)
• Philippines
17 Jul 10
I don't know but I'm just so inlove with pets with long hair. All my pets have a short hair that is why.
• United States
20 Jul 10
My husband and I have three cats. Our cat Kali is part Calico and part Persian. An American Short hair cat named Blackee and Smyles is also an American shorthair. Smyles is white, black and gray. He is the craziet cat I ever had. he watches the Soap Opera The Young and the Restless. As a matter of fact he sits on the remote so I cannot change the channel and I am not allowed to use the computer. He is so cute when he is watching. He growls at the men and licks his chops when the women come on.
@ongtina (1232)
• Singapore
20 Jul 10
That's a very clever cat. You don't have to worry about companion for watching a show. How does your cat not allow you to use the computer?
@cutepenguin (6457)
• Canada
15 Jul 10
We currently live with a black shorthaired male cat and a talkative brown and white female tabby cat. We also live with a shorthaired male bunny. All of them are very cute. The tabby cat prefers to go outdoors when it's sunny and there is someone to keep her company. The black cat likes to snuggle with his humans.
@ongtina (1232)
• Singapore
16 Jul 10
Yes, I like that about cats, like the feel of them pushing their heads on us, they know how to teh.
@phyrre (2324)
• United States
8 Jul 10
We have three cats, but they were all strays, so I'm not really sure about their breed. I know that the youngest is part Maine Coone (I absolutely LOVE Maine Coones), but I'm not sure what her other part is. She looks just like an orange Maine Coone, though. :) Then the oldest one is a tuxedo cat and if he wasn't neutered he would make an awesome show cat because his tuxedo markings are just about perfect and his fur is gorgeous. Not that we'd ever enter him in shows even if he wasn't neutered, but still. I'm just saying. xD And I've got no idea what the middle one is. He's just...special? I guess. :P
@ongtina (1232)
• Singapore
8 Jul 10
Nice of you to give them strays a lovely home. I do that too, but short term since my hubby isn't to having cats/dogs. Mine had recently been allocated to another's home too, after staying with us for a month to two.
@pepcat (70)
• United States
17 Jul 10
I used to show American Shorthairs cats a long time ago. They are a great breed of cat and my oldest lived 16 years. I would happily get another ASH, but I have two adorable cats not. If I could get another breed of cat, I would like to meet a Selkirk Rex and see how they are.
@ElicBxn (60895)
• United States
9 Jul 10
I have a LOT of cats. All my cats are rescues, of some sort, some more rescued than others... I have 3 with long hair, the rest are short haired, none are purebreds, but I'd guess a good number of them have some Siamese in them, but I also guess you would just call them domestic short hairs or, as they say in England, moggies
@ErinKC (5)
9 Jul 10
I have one grey Americann short hair one calico two manx cats which is cats who dont have tails they are pretty cool
• Taiwan
9 Jul 10
Well, she is a stray, too. I adopted her from one college student whose landlord wounldn't allow her to keep the cat. Her name is Woods because she looks like a tiger and we didn't know she is a girl, and the goolf star didn't do anything abscene then.... In our hometown we call her type (stray type)"Mixed" or , in our native language, "grass cat", because they are everywhere and as common as grass.
@kaylachan (4776)
• Daytona Beach, Florida
8 Jul 10
I have two cats. Both of them short hair, but ver The first is Precious. He's a short haired buff/orange tabby, but now that he's fully grown he looks a lot like dark sand almost a more brown-like color as opposed to the general traditional orange color.y different breeds. Then the other one is Chinnia, she's a short haired as well, but she's a cross between a calaco, and a tabby. She has the markings most calacos have, but she lacks white hair. She looks closer to a gold taby with the golden brown and black swirls. Almost like chocolate tie-dye. She's also noisy by nature too which can often times be quite anoying sometimes.