Suggestions for Breed of the Week?

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  • Lindsey DeSalvoLindsey DeSalvo SeattleMember Posts: 94
    edited 16 March, 2006
    BIRMANS! Of course! We are incredibly friendly and beautiful kitties! Such strong personalities too! And not a breed you often think of when you think of long haired kittens.
  • Lauren Nicole CerielloLauren Nicole Ceriello MonroeMember Posts: 7
    edited 17 March, 2006
    I think a female bengal should be picked. I would be happy if you pick me, because my sister (Allie) is more popular than me. Thank You For Listening
  • Melissa DoddridgeMelissa Doddridge Orange CountyMember Posts: 32
    edited 18 March, 2006
    Ragdolls are my vote for breed of the week :)
  • Kelly GrahamKelly Graham Montreal, ArundelMember Posts: 89
    edited 20 March, 2006
    I come from the country, and I had seen dozens of wild cats (and domestic) but I'd never encountered an orange and white cat. White, yes, Orange, yes but not mixed like whatever breed I am. Until one day my friend found me next to the road abandoned violently, and viola. Cute orange and white kitties existed. I dont know the breed though... thanks!
  • Alana RobertsAlana Roberts BrooklynMember Posts: 758
    edited 21 March, 2006
    Siberians dont get enough recognition I think I need to correct this situation the only way I know how - by being cute!
  • Alana RobertsAlana Roberts BrooklynMember Posts: 758
    edited 21 March, 2006
    Siberians dont get enough recognition I think I need to correct this situation the only way I know how - by being cute!
  • Becky KrailBecky Krail Walnut CreekMember Posts: 69
    edited 25 March, 2006
    I think it should be Domestic shorthair/mediumhair/longhair, or, mixed breeds! We are the most common kitties and we have so many wonderful attributes!
  • Jenny GiffordJenny Gifford Knox CountyMember Posts: 15
    edited 27 March, 2006
    Ahoy HQ! Breed Unknowns! Catster has o'er 28000 Unknowns! Cut out the breed specific stuff. Thar be too many UNKNOWN cats in shelters needin' good homes, please stop featurin' only purebreds. How bout This week we celebrate Rescued Cats? Or Handicapped Cats? Or Adoptable Cats? Or Orange Cats? Or me personal favorite, Pirate Cats? ARGGH! Yo Ho Ho! Cap'n Jack
  • edited 14 May, 2006
    I'd love to see some Noreweigin Forest Cats or Bengals.
  • Farrah StewartFarrah Stewart CrestlineMember Posts: 8
    edited 16 May, 2006
    What about us Manx's, we need some limelight to show that theres nothing wrong with our tails. I mean stumpy tailed manx's, we get laughed at because our tails look broken.
  • TRACY YOUNGTRACY YOUNG New YorkMember Posts: 6,538
    edited 17 May, 2006
    How about birds posing as cats?
  • TRACY YOUNGTRACY YOUNG New YorkMember Posts: 6,538
    edited 17 May, 2006
    Right on Cap'n Jack! Vox Populi!
  • Jackie RoseJackie Rose Member Posts: 226
    edited 17 May, 2006
    Although I am a persian and I have exotic shorthairs for roommates, I think a mixed breed week would be great---maybe a color mixed breed of the week? Percy
  • Nedda GroganNedda Grogan Member Posts: 13
    edited 22 June, 2006
    Maine Coon
  • RS LillyRS Lilly GlendaleMember Posts: 19
    edited 23 June, 2006
    Obviously, I'm partial to Russian Blues. However, a good looking Bengal really makes my paws curl ... and I like Scottish folds, too!
  • Rebecca ClemensRebecca Clemens KitchenerMember Posts: 37
    edited 24 June, 2006
    I agree...domestic shorthair cats are beautiful, come in all kinds of colours and have such sweet temperments.
  • Tiffany McConnellTiffany McConnell OmahaMember Posts: 30,862
    edited 25 June, 2006
    What about Tonkinese????
  • julie wallinjulie wallin knoxvilleMember Posts: 24,063 ✭✭
    edited 25 June, 2006
    I agree with Frankie, imagine that, how about mixed breed or domestic shorthair????
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