Pictures of Somali Kittens
Look at these cute pictures of Somali kittens. Do you know that Somali kittens have a dark coat at birth, which gradually becomes lighter as they grow up? The ticking develops slowly. The final coat color usually only appears after several months.
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Pictures of Burmese Kittens
In an old Thai book Burmese cat was described: A cat of brilliant appearance with a superbly shaped body. Copper-brown in color, this cat is beautiful to behold. The golden light in her eyes is like a clear radiance. She protects you against all danger and saves you from all evil and brings you good fortune.
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Pictures of Birman Kittens
A typical phenomenon in point cats is that the kittens are born white. Their dark points only color up later. It can be a year before a Birman reaches its ultimate color, with its “mask” also only fully developing over time. You can see this phenomenon in following pictures of Birman kittens.
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Pictures of Abyssinian Kittens
Here you can find pictures of Abyssinian kittens, information for Abyssinian breed and a big portion of fun! Abyssinian kittens love to be treated as family members and to be involved in all household activities.
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