How to figure out what cat breed you have
Cat breeders are always looking for new ways to improve the breed. You can read cat breed standards and see the principle characteristics of your breed on the CatCafe.com website. In addition, you can post a photo of your cat, and other cat breeders will tell you what breed it is!
How do you find your cat?
We have a few ways you can find your cat. Our CatCafe has all the information you need, such as names, locations, photos, and more, as well as a chat room, where you can meet other cat owners and find out all the details you need to know about your cat!
How much does it cost to get a cat?
It depends on several factors, like the age of the cat, the sex of the cat, how much time and money you want to spend on the cat and more.
I want to get a cat, what should I do?
You will need a cat carrier and a litter box, but that's about it. If you want to get a cat, now's the perfect opportunity to get one.
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