British Shorthair

The Life of Animals | British Shorthair | British Shorthairs have dense, plush coats That are Often described as crisp or cracking, referring to the way the coat breaks over the Contours of the cat's body. The breed has a broad chest, shoulders and hips with short legs, round Paws and a plush but not fluffy tail That ends in a round or blunt tip These are the characteristics listed in most governing bodies breeds standards to the which show cats must conform.

The males of this breed are larger than the females, and the size difference the between Them is more easily noticed compared to other breeds. As with many breeds, the adult males may also develop prominent cheek jowls That distinguish Them from Their female counterparts The typical lifespan of this breed is 14 to 20 years

The British Shorthair is a very muscular cat, with a "square" body shape and thick legs. Because of its bulk and muscle, it is nicknamed the greyhounds of the cat world British Shorthairs have large, broad heads. Their eyes stand out and growing niche to be large and round. Their Relatively small ears with rounded tips are set far apart, making the head look domed. They have pert snub noses and chins slightly rounded the which help emphasise the breed's round head and powerful jaw British Shorthairs are an easygoing breed of cat. 

British Shorthairs are wonderful cats for People who work, as They are very happy to simply Laze around the house while Their owner is out. They do not get destructive or need other animals for company, though They do enjoy having another British Shorthair or a cat with similar temperament around. They like attention and enjoy being petted.

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