Chausi (hauzi) is one of the largest cat breeds. Its name comes from the Latin name of the jungle cat – Felis chaus nilotika, who lived in South Asia and Vietnam, and also met in the region of Turkey and the Caspian Sea. For a long time this breed was considered wild, and it was possible to meet in 25 countries of the world. Almost anywhere she lived in a human dwelling, although she often came very close to him. Only a century later, scientists managed to breed such a breed as a domestic reed cat, and it is his ancestors who live in the homes of many cat lovers today.
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Legends about the cat’s mysterious adventures of incredible beauties and beauties with dark muzzles, legs and tails, guarding the treasures in the temples and palaces of the Ancient City (Siam), come to life when you look into their eyes. The bright blue look fascinates, and contrary to all feline rules, Mekong Bobtails are in no hurry to look away. They say that they often accompanied the Thai princesses during their walks and substituted their amazing tails under the precious rings of the princesses when they were taken before bathing and bathing. The kink at the tip of the tail did not allow the precious rings to slip to the ground. Continue reading
There is an opinion that European cats originate from Egyptian cats, which, in due time, were brought by Roman legionaries first to Italy, and from there the cats spread throughout the empire.
In the 10th century, domestic cats were distributed throughout most of Europe and Asia, and were, like their ancestors, shorthair. Subsequently, when cats with long hair began to be taken out of eastern countries, animals with long hair began to appear among short-haired cats. Continue reading