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Which Kitten?

written by: Slava
 
Some of these cats are small replicas of wild beasts, others are sweet and loving kitties, born to comfort and please their lucky owners. Take the quiz and see which cat breed you like the most.

Question 1:

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This cat is distinguished for its curly hair. The curliness is actually a kind of mutation.
Selkirk Rex
LaPerm
European Burmese
Maine Coon


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Question 2:

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The most popular pattern for these cats is the lynx points, that come in various colors - blue, chocolate, lilac, red cream.
Siamese
Balinese
Singapura
Javanese


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Question 3:

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The ears of this cat are characteristically folded downwards. Its face resembles the face of an otter.
Abyssinian
Birman
American Bobtail
Scottish Fold


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Question 4:

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This cat comes in 28 different colors, but most of them do not have championship status.
Abyssinian
Maine Coon
Bombai
Sphynx


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Question 5:

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These cats feel at home in the company of other active cats.
Abyssinian
Cornish Rex
Somali
Chartreux


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Question 6:

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This is a naturally bobtailed cat. It is also characterized by lynx ear endings.
American Curl
American Bobtail
Colorpoint Shorthair
American Shorthair


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Question 7:

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This is an ancient, natural breed from France. Many of these cats do not meow.
Ragdoll
Devon Rex
Chartreux
European Burmese


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Question 8:

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These cats have well developed sight and hearing. They are also very capable of expressing their emotions.
Colorpoint Shorthair
Balinese
Burmese
Korat


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Question 9:

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Kittens from this breed are never born tailless, nor are they born with fully grown tails.
Japanese Bobtail
RagaMuffin
Turkish Angora
American Bobtail


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Question 10:

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This cat's spotted pattern makes it look quite wild, but it is absolutely domestic breed.
Manx
American Bobtail
Maine Coon
Ocicat


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