Cat Trivia Questions And Answers
Cats Are More Popular Pets Than Dogs
Cat trivia questions and answers for people who know why cats are more popular than dogs as pets. If you have a cat why not take this trivia challenge and let's see just how much you know about cats.
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The Bengal Cat
The Bengal cat looks so exotic and wild looking, and that's the look they were bred for. Small Asian Leopard Cats were bred with domestic cats and that's how the Bengal came to be. Bengals are very active cats, so don't get one thinking you can just feed it. This cat likes a lot of attention and it likes to keep busy. They also like water. If you have a pond, you can be sure your Bengal cat will want to swim in it. If you want a Bengal cat be sure to do the homework on this breed, they do best with lots of room, lots of exercise, and lots of attention. A bored Bengal cat can be quite a handful. Make sure you research the breed information before you bring one of these gorgeous cats into your home.
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The Munchkin Cat
Have you ever seen a Munchkin Cat? They are adorable. They have short legs and it makes them seem so much smaller than a regular house cat. They are very playful cats. I had one who used to love to have his belly rubbed, that's something no other cat I ever had really liked me to do. The Munchkin was recognized in 1995 as a legitimate breed by the The International Cat Association.
Other "hybrid" breeds have come from the Munchkins. A Munchkin cat crossed with the LaPerm cat, which has a curly coat, produces the Skookum breed. Another crossing is the hairless Sphynx cat crossed with a Munchkin creates the Minskin and the Bambino. A Munchkin crossed with another curly coated cat, the Selkirk Rex will produce the Lambskin. A Napoleon is a crossing of a Munchkin and Persian breeds. It has even been crossed with the very active Bengal cats to create a Genetta.
The Minskin Cat - A Cross Between The Munchkin And The Sphynx Rex
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The Snowshoe Cat is a cross between a Siamese and an American bi-colored short hair. These cute cats have distinctive markings and white feet. This breed is a mellow cat, they are usually affectionate and sweet.
The Birman Cat
The Birman Cat is known as the "Sacred Cat of Burma". This cat has no undercoat so does not get matted like a Persian, and that makes grooming a lot easier. Birman Cats always have blue eyes. They are an affectionate and an intelligent breed.
How Did You Do On The Cat Trivia Quiz?
So, how did you do in the Cat Trivia Quiz? I think there are some pretty tough questions in there! I found out quite a bit about cats while I was researching kitty facts for this quiz. I learned a lot and it was a surprise to me. I have always been an animal lover and I thought I knew a lot about cats. What I learned was, I did not know as much as I thought.
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The British Shorthair Cat is usually a "blue" color. You might remember one of the more famous British Cats from "Desperate Housewives", his name on the show was Toby. "Puss in Boots" from Shrek is based on a British Shorthair even though in that film he has a Spanish accent.
Famous Cats You Might Remember
- Venus The Two Faced Cat - Her face is half black and half orange. She is called a Chimera cat because of this.
- Grumpy Cat - Also known by his real name, Tardar Sauce. This cat was born with feline dwarfism and also has an underbite. This combination make Grumpy look...well, grumpy.
- Sassie - The feline star of "The Incredible Journey.
- Mr. Bigglesworth - This is Dr. Evil's cat from the "Austin Powers" movie.
- Garfield - Famous cartoon cat
- The Cheshire Cat - This cat is from "Alice's Adventure In Wonderland".
- Hello Kitty - Famous cartoon cat from Sanrio.
- Puss In Boots - Star of the "Shrek" movies
Venus The Chimera Cat With Two Faces
Calico cats are almost always female. If they are male, they are sterile.
A group of kittens is called a Kindle. A group of cats is called a Clowder.