We all know that among the dogs there are Petite teacup dogs. These “mini and teacup dogs” are all small dogs. Is there any kind of cat that does not grow up? Is there any cat that doesn’t grow up! Different cat breeds have different body shape standards. Some cats are naturally larger, while others are naturally smaller. It is worth noting that the vast majority of cats are not big in size, because the size of cats must be convenient for them to move and jump. If they are too big, they will hinder the cat’s activities, and it is also a problem to catch mice. Therefore, too many factors lead to the cat’s not too big. In many breeds of cats, there is no lack of smaller breeds. For example, the Oriental short hair cat, originally from Singapore, is one of the small cats in China. It weighs about 3 kg. It is said to be a variant of Siamese cat (detailed introduction) and Abyssinian cat, similar in size to Siamese cat. In addition, the smaller cats are European short hair cat, American short hair cat, foreign short hair cat, British fold ear cat.
Many owners think that cats and dogs are very cute. Some people ask if there is a teacup dog. Is there a teacup cat? Is there a breed of cat that doesn’t grow up? Xiaobian looked up the data and found that there is someone who has specially bred a petite teacup cat, whose body size is only 1 / 3 to 1 / 2 of the size of an ordinary cat. However, the life span of this kind of cat is relatively short. It can be imagined that this unnatural breeding method is relatively cruel, and the breed has not been internationally recognized. Xiaobian suggests that owners who want to keep small cats should give full consideration before purchasing. They should not covet the size of cats and neglect their basic health problems. In fact, in many cat breeds, there is no lack of relatively small size breeds. For example, the Oriental short hair cat, named Oriental Shorthair, is native to Singapore. This is one of the small cats in China. It weighs about 3 kg. It is said to be a hybrid of Siamese and Abyssinian cats, similar in size to Siamese cats. In addition, the smaller cats include European short hair cat, American short hair cat, exotic short hair cat (details), and British folding ear cat.