You have decided to get a cat
The majority of us has warm recollections from our childhood – the outdoorsy cat with the fluffy playing kittens or a fat blimp – the grandmother`s cat – in the country. Many of us brought home the “no one`s” kittens and pitifully asked the mother to let the kitten stay. Someone was happy and the mother let the kitten stay, and these children grew up with a happy neighborhood with the CAT. But some people can afford to get a cat only in the adult life. Here is where the question rises - what kind of animal will live beside you: the pedigree or a usual cat.
Do you remember an analogous phrase from the children's film “to execute it cannot be shown mercy”? From where you will place a comma, the sense changes. Also depending on ordering of punctuation marks in the name of this article the pattern of your life and interrelation with your animal will change.
This article is for those who is looking for a kitten.
Many cat lovers commit considerable time and personal funds to trapping, sterilizing, and providing lifetime care for these cats, knowing they may never be social enough to live as indoor pets. Generally cats have a good-natured adaptability to human households, making them ideal companion animals. However, even pampered cats living in secure homes will not fully sacrifice their connection to an instinctive, more primitive heritage. This animalistic character lies below the surface of even the most "well-bred" cat and is part of the mystique that makes these animals so attractive. Pedigreed cats, with their long recorded lineage, provide valuable ties to the historical roots of the domestic cat.