Discuss all breeds of cat, ask your questions, and help narrow your search for the perfect feline companion.
Although we sometimes refer to non-pedigreed cats as random bred or mixed breed, these terms don't actually mean the same thing. A pedigreed cat has papers showing lineage and conformation to a breed standard.
A mixed breed cat would be one that has parentage of two or more breeds, whereas random bred cats may or may not have purebred parentage. In other words, random bred cats are what we would call just regular house cats.
Would you like to start a discussion on a particular breed of cat or discuss cat breeds in general?
This is the place! Submit your question, tell us about your fondness for a breed, or share a story (perhaps about your purebred cat?), or start a debate.
Click below to see discussions already submitted...
Breed name please?
I volunteer at a local orphanage and I came across a beautiful young cat. He is buff color all over except for his ears, paws and tail. Does anyone know …
Maine Coon better as an indoor cat? Not rated yet
Would you consider a Maine Coon cat to be better as an indoor cat? What about shedding / grooming? Scratching furniture? Editor's note: I'll add my …
Like us on Facebook
I miss him so. Mr. Franklin came to us in 2004. Our vet knew we had lost our great friend, the tuxedo cat known as Churchill to cancer 1 month before.
Jasmine is nearly 13 years old and never had any problems before. She has only ever used her litter tray in an emergency as she always likes to go outside.
20 yr old female, spayed at age 1. Began urinating on kitchen counter top. Using foil to deter her from getting up. What could cause her to start this?