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What Kind of Cat?

written by: Slava
 
In ancient times cats were worshipped as deities. Later, they became pets of kings and queens. Take this photo quiz and see if you can recognize the different cat breeds. Enjoy!

Question 1:

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This is a cross between Siamese and Burmese. They have inherited the intelligence of Siamese and combined it with the good manners of Burmese.
Himalayan
Tonkinese
Singapura
Siberian


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Question 2:

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This is one of the most intelligent cat breeds. Strangely enough, this cat is fascinated by water.
Singapura
Persian
Oriental
Turkish Angora


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Question 3:

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Although these hairless cats look a bit ferocious, they are very friendly and sociable. They often greet their owner.
Snowshoe
Sphynx
Japanese Bobtail
Exotic Shorthair


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Question 4:

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This breed was named after its native island. The name means "Lion city".
Singapura
Siamese
Balinese
Maltese


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Question 5:

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Queen Victoria kept a blue cat of this breed. These cats spend a great part of the day sleeping.
Persian
Russian Blue
Oriental
Ragamuffin


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Question 6:

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These cats come only in blue. At first glance they can easily be mistaken for the common gray cat. But if you look more carefully, you will notice that they seem to be smiling.
Russian Blue
British Shorthair
Himalayan
Savannah


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Question 7:

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These cats have low levels of Fel-D1, the protein responsible for causing allergies in humans.
Norwegian Forest Cat
Devonshire Rex
Siberian
Ocicat


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Question 8:

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These cats were worshipped and mummified in ancient Egypt.
Exotic
Bombay
Egyptian Mau
Sphynx


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Question 9:

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The usual coloring of this cat is chocolate brown, but sometimes they can be found in lavender.
Persian
Siamese
Havana Brown
Selkirk Rex


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Question 10:

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These cats were not bred and designed by man; they are a natural fauna member in the country they were named after.
Somali
Norwegian Forest Cat
Siberian
Russian Blue


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