there a particular colour or pattern that u
depends on your preference. A particular color or
pattern has no bearing on the cat's overall health or behavior.
Although a cat with snow white coat tends to get dirty easily,
especially if the cat likes to play outside, though a nice warm
bath should take care of that. However, if you’re looking
for a cat with green or purple color coat, I wish you the
best of luck! Although you can purchase a bottle of hair dye with
those colours, so that you can make your cat have that punk
rock look. Please
do not try this unless you're a lunatic.
Apparently, these two are Michael
What about gender and age?
not much difference between male and female behavioral
wise. It is said that
a male cat that has been neutered, is more lazy or more inactive
compared to their female counterpart, which is a good thing by the
way because from my experience, taking care of an adult male
cat is a bit harder due to its strong territorial behavior. Yes,
female cats have territorial behavior too (cats are territorial by
nature), but this behavior is more prominent in unneutered
males cats. The male cats tend to go outside a
lot more in order to mark and expand its territory, thus
exposing itself to many hazardous risks, and causing the owner to
worry at the same time. So its really great that neutering will
make it more inactive, so we owners won't have to worry so much.
Just be sure to check on the cat's diet, inactivity combined with
too much food will produce unpleasant results.
all comes down to personal preference but from my experience, if
you already have a cat in your home, I recommend choosing
a cat of an opposite sex to the one that you already have.
Let’s say you already have a male cat at home, get a
female one as your new cat. This is due to the cat that has established itself in your
home will be more aggressive towards a cat with similar
age, you can decide to opt for either an adult cat or a little
kitten. It is somewhat easier to make an adult cat feel comfortable
at a new home. Since an adult cat is more matured, it is more
likely to have an established temperament. If you decide to
have a kitten instead, be prepared to provide a little extra care
and attention. On the flip side, you would have a fresh
start and it is such a joy to observe, and be a part of your
pet’s transition from a cute little kitten to a healthy adult
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