Russian Blue Cat

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Wellcome to the official website of the Russian Federation of Blue Breeders. DP has fallen in love with the Russian Blue race, but we have no experience with it. You seem to be the perfect cat for us: cuddly and intelligent. Like so many cat breeds, little is known about the origin of Russian blue. Russian Blue has the reputation of being a shy and somewhat reserved cat, but due to its faithful nature it fits well into most households.

Russians Blue Cat breed information, advice on buying, photos, facts and figures

The Russians also have a very lovable smile on their faces, which is another why these medium-sized kittens have found their way into the heart and home of humans all over the globe, and have done so for many years. This Russian first appears in Arkhangelsk, a Russian harbour on the White Sea.

This is why they are often referred to as Archangels' felines. In Russia etchings and images of "blue" kittens were found, which were given to the chicks on their anniversary day. It is even referred to in a publication by Harrison Weir, the creator of Great Britain's Cat Fancy, which was first released in 1893.

In 1917-1948, however, the race was called Foreign Blue, after which it was named Russian Blue. He has an interesting descent with English Blues and Blue Point Thai in his pedigree. It was crossbred to different races to save them from dying out in the 1950' when their numbers were perilously low.

First Russians came to the UK coast in the 1880' when they were shown at the first cat shows at Crystal Palace. They have wedgeshaped minds and the Russians always seem to have a smiling face, which is another characteristic and adorable feature of the race.

They are large and exposed, as they are broader at the basis, so that they surround a cat's face and enhance the Russian's appearance. The chin is low and powerful and the cat has a beautiful flat mouth. Russians have a middle to large sized bodies with very charming contours.

These are supple, sporty and even-tempered females that move with great grace. As many other races, the Russian enjoys a daily life and doesn't like it when this changes for some at all. You like to be nourished at the same hour of the morning and don't appreciate it when any pieces of wood are moving around the house.

The Russians are known as meek by heart and have a "calm" sound, except when a females is in saison, i.e. when they can be very noisy like other males. The Russians will twist with a child's grip instead of getting away with their hoof.

Like other races, Russians like to spend quality free nature with pleasure, but they should only be let outside when it is secure for them. There is good tidings that Russians are adapting well to life as domestic animals as long as they receive enough spiritual stimulus to keep their mind busy when they're not taking a nap.

It tends to be a little reticent with those they don't know and prefers to watch them first, which often means they think Russians are distant and reticent. They are not affectionate by definition and like to leave themselves alone as long as it is not for a longer while.

Russians are clever cats who like to study new things. You also like to play hands-on activities with your owner, although they take the initiative to determine whether or not it is a good idea to play a feat. The Russian is thus very skilled at opening cabinets, especially when they contain goodies or meals and they take great delight in demonstrating their dexterity.

Russian people with their relaxed, loving characters are a good option for a family with a family. But caution is required when very young kids are around a cat and any interactions should always be monitored by an grown-up to make sure things remain beautiful and serene. In this way, younger kids need to be educated on how to act around a cat and when it is safe to let them be alone.

The Russians are unbelievably socially responsible by birth and are known for dealing with small critters. A Russian's lifespan is between 15 and 20 years if he is well looked after and provided with an appropriate, high-quality nutrition according to his age. Russian is known as one of the most healthy races and, unlike many other purebred females, is not generally known to be suffering from inherited or genetical illness.

In addition, it is important to feed top feed s to meet all their dietary needs throughout their life, especially kitten and older kitten. As with other females, they have a tendency to lose most in early and then again in the fall when more regular scrubbing is necessary to keep track.

Dogs often have mite eared lesions, which can be a serious issue, so it is important to keep your hearing checked. Russian is an energy, intelligence cat who loves to learn new things. Doing many things and being able to hid if you want, a cat is a pet.

There must also be many places where they can fall asleep as they please, because like other races, the Russian likes to spend the days in a hot and sun-drenched place. When you get a Russian cat from a kennel grower, they would give you a feed plan and it is important to follow the same routines and feed the same cat foods to prevent stomach ache.

Elder lymphs are not known as picky predators, but that doesn't mean they can get an inferior nutrition. It is best to give a ripe cat several meals a days to ensure that it is a high standard cat meal that satisfies all their dietary needs, which is especially important as they age.

As with all other races, the Russians need constant availability of safe, clear waters. When you want to buy a Russian, you have to buy a well-bred cat for everything from 350 to over 800 pounds. If you like the Russian blue, click'I like it'.

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