Whether you love cats or hate ‘em, we can all agree: No other member of kittykind has a rap quite like black cats.
While black cats are typically associated with Halloween, witchcraft and bad luck, there’s much more to these fur balls than creepy stuff. Learn more about the history of black cats (and how they became Halloween icons), the places they’re considered a symbol of good fortune and how their genes may, one day, help prevent certain diseases in humans.
A domestic long-haired cat, or fluffy cat, is a cat of mixed ancestry – thus not belonging to any particular recognised cat breed – possessing a coat of semi-long to long fur. Domestic long-haired cats should not be confused with the British Longhair, American Longhair, or other breeds with “Longhair” names, which are standardized breeds defined by various registries. Domestic long-haireds are the second most popular cat in the United States after the domestic short-haired; one in ten of the ninety million cats in the US is a domestic long-hair. Other generic terms are long-haired house cat and, in British English, long-haired moggie.
Pugs often are described as a lot of dog in a small space. These sturdy, compact dogs are a part of the American Kennel Club’s Toy group, and are known as the clowns of the canine world because they have a great sense of humor and like to show off. Originally bred to be a lap dog, the Pug thrives on human companionship.
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Welcome to the Chocolate Lab. Bringing you chocolate Labrador facts, features, and fun! This is a complete, in-depth guide to the world’s favourite brown dog.
From the origins of the chocolate Lab, to finding a puppy, it’s all here.
Throughout the history of the breed, a chocolate Labrador or two (sometimes referred to as liver Labradors) has appeared occasionally in litters of Labrador puppies