Each cat breed has its own characteristics: Maine Coons, for example, are often friends with dogs, and Scottish Folds are very attached to their owners. Some breeds, bred as a result of crossing predators with domestic species, can even be dangerous and aggressive.
Experts also picked up a rating of the most obedient cats with whom it is easy to find a common language. Which cats will quickly learn to go to the tray and will not harm the house, read in the GLOBAL HAPPENINGS material.
Cute fluffy redgols have a very soft and docile nature. They are a little mischievous (except in childhood), love to show tenderness and expect an affectionate attitude from the owners.
Smart and quick-witted, Munchkins are patient, so they get along well with children. They are friendly and not at all aggressive.
american shorthair cat
These cats will be happy to walk along the street, easily make contact and love to be the center of attention. They are highly trainable and can learn simple commands. However, American Shorthair cats do not tolerate loneliness well.
Playful, quick-witted and intelligent cats who love to run after toys and bring them in their teeth, imitating the dog’s “fetch” command. They have a calm, affectionate and focused nature.
The Burmese cat is a mixture of grace and independence. She will not bother you with her presence, will not meow for attention, and will not cause harm. This is a very obedient breed, always measured and reserved. However, she is able to show tenderness and condescension to the owner.
Earlier, GLOBAL HAPPENINGS talked about the largest breeds of cats that will feel good only in the house, and not in the apartment.
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