Aren’t puppies and kittens adorable? Sure they are adorable but if you want one you have to take on a lot of responsibility! Trust me I’ve been there. If you want one choose the one you desire and one which has your personality, then you would get along better! But remember get the correct supplies for a puppy/kitten first. Here are a few things you might need:
- Descent food and water bowls
- A few toys
- And a good habitat for a puppy or a kitten
- A doghouse or a scratching pole
- And the best dog/cat food you can find
- A litter box and a backyard!
That is all you need. Now you have to research the breed of puppies or kitten. I think choosing a breed of cats is easier than dog because cats are a lot smaller than dogs can be!!! I recommend to get a no breed cat, this is just a normal cat. And if you want to get a dog and you don’t have a big garden or if you don’t have a garden AT ALL you might want to research these dogs because they’re small:
- Boston terrier
- Miniature poodle
- Miniature schnauzer
- Yorkshire terrier
So those are the dogs you should get if you have problems with spacing.
Here are some breeds of cats:
Abyssinians aren’t for those who want decorative cats to match the rust-colored carpet
While the breed is still developing, breeders say that Bobtails are playful, energetic, and friendly.
Curls have qualities other than the whimsical ears to make them attractive pets.
When describing the American Shorthair, the expression ‘happy medium’ springs to mind. These all-American cats are medium size.
Wirehairs are people cats that crave human attention and affection. They are active without being hyper, and affectionate
Balinese cats are smart, sweet, and fun to be around. Like the Siamese, they are known for their ability to communicate vocally,
The Bengal may look like a wild cat, but breeders insist that the Bengal is as lovably friendly and docile as any full-blooded
Birmans are affectionate, gentle, and faithful companions with an air of dignity that seems to invite adoration by their human
If an aloof, independent cat is what you’re craving, this breed isn’t for you. Bombay’s are attached to their family.
If you’re looking for a cat that will loot your refrigerator and swing dizzily from your chandeliers, then the British Shorthair is the cat for you.
Breeders and fanciers report that Burmese cats are amusing, playful, and super-smart, the perfect interactive cats for home and office.
Known for their hunting prowess, Chartreux cats may have been taken in by those monks long ago to rid the monastery of vermin.
Cornish Rexes are good for folks who like having their lives run by active, inquisitive, gazelle-like felines.
The personality of the Cymric has won a strong following despite the breeding challenges. Cymric are intelligent and fun loving.
Devon Rex (I am sorry I just had to show this picture)
Devon’s have been compared to pixies, elves, and, of course, space aliens for their jumbo-sized satellite-dish ears.
While at first you might be attracted to the Egyptian Mauers’ beautiful spotted coat, most become enthusiasts because of the beauty of the creature.
More distinctive than the muzzle, ears, or mink like coat is the Havana Browns strong point. Himalayan Himmies, as fanciers call them, are perfect indoor cat companions. They are gentle, calm, and sweet-tempered.
For their part, Munchkins, oblivious to the controversy surrounding they go on being just what they are, cats.
The Tonkinese has a winsome personality, not surprising since the Burmese and Siamese are prized for their temperaments.
While you might be drawn to the Van for his fascination with water, you’ll fall in love with the breed for his other qualities.
And that are all the cats I found! Wow!
Dogs and Cats Together
We’ve all heard the phrase “fighting like cats and dogs,” mainly to describe two animals (or humans, for that matter) that are always at odds with each other. However, relationships between cats and dogs are possible, depending on their personalities and their owners’ patience and understanding. And while the initial introductory period can be tricky, this unique relationship can be quite rewarding for both species.
By Heleen, 5LS