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For people that are looking for a medium sized, long coated cat breed, this is the cat for them. The Highlander Cat is a popular cat breed originally from America. Highlander Cat owners have really enjoyed their time with this feline companion and noted that they are loving and social. Owners can expect to spend many years with their Highlander Cat. They are said to live between 10 and 15 years! If you think this cat breed could be what you are looking for, please read on to learn more about them!
The Highlander Cat has been known for its medium size and this has been a deciding factor for many owners of this breed. Its build is best described as stocky, short, and built. While weighing between 8 lbs to 12 lbs the Highlander Cat breed might be just what you are looking for. The Highlander Cat has a heritage with depth. The breeding of its pedigree has led to a fur coat (or lack-there-of) that is commonly described as lustrous, plush, and thick. Their fur (or skin) may come in colors such as tabby , black, white with stripes, blue , and bronzed; which can make them very unique among their peers. The short length tail found in most of the Highlander Cat breed is believed to help the cat with balance, grace, and agility. The Highlander Cat breed has a reputation for having small sized eyes which lead them to be more attractive than other feline breeds.
The Highlander Cat has very little problem with moving into a new home. It will adjust fairly well to the changes in its environment. New human visitors and friends get the Highlander Cat very excited. It loves to meet new people and treat them like friends. The Highlander Cat breed is very social and loves to interact with people. They make a great addition to any household that is wanting a feline companion! Owners who are parents will be thrilled with the way this cat breed interacts with their youngsters. This cat will be very happy in their home! The Highlander Cat is a cat breed that generally gets along with dogs, but on occasion may not enjoy their company. This cat should be alright in most homes that have dogs as well. Owners have said that this cat will often comfort them after a bad day. The cat has no trouble showing affection to cheer up the ones it loves. Owners will have their hands full with this cat as it loves to play. The Highlander Cat is very playful! Energy is not a problem for the Highlander Cat. At times it can appear to have an endless amount! This cat breed does not make bad decisions very often. This is because they are slightly more intelligent than other cat breeds.
Cats are clean animals by design. They will often clean themselves numerous times throughout the day. The Highlander Cat may require some grooming assistance from its owner every few months. Many owners have said that their Highlander Cat sheds a moderate amount, but that it is easy to clean up after. Health issues in the Highlander Cat breed are uncommon, though they do occur on a rare occasion. Health issues are common among domesticated animals. This cat breed may be susceptible to Hypertophic Cardiomyopathy, Obesity, and Hemophilia B. People with cat allergies, are taking a risk by being in contact with Highlander Cat breed. It may cause an allergic reaction. Owning a cat is a financial responsibility. Owners can expect to pay between $200 and $600 to purchase the Highlander Cat and about $900 per year to maintain it.
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