hello my dad said we are only getting one if its from the petsmart in town and im not certain i think it would be a good idea because you catch a per breed and make sure you know who it is im a stupid or im a right?
you probably have need of to get a pure bred cat if you want to grow up to be a crazy cat lady. cats aren't close to dogs in the fact that if they mis-breed, afterwards they can have severe health issues. the only entry you might be careful of is getting a feral cat, but they don't sell those at petsmart.
All breeds of cats have their different inherent attributes, but I really believe the best cats are the ones who were nurtured when they were childish, who had their owners spend lots and lots of time with them, - especially contained by their first year, - and who never were exposed to pain or fear.
Cats imitate the nature and temperment of their owners, and there is an old Chinese Proverb that go:
'Happy owner, happy cat. Indifferent owner, reclusive cat' I think this really sums it up.
So I don't think it really things what kind of cat you get, just gross sure you are always a devoted and loving owner, and your cat will always be devoted to you...
Best of luck!
Answers: The best cat you can procure has good temperament and has one and the same kind of personality as you. Don't really worry around the breed or coloring, just try to gage the cats behavior. Keep in mind black cats are the most unwanted so whether you see and love one of them you are most likely saving the poor baby from an impending demise. Good luck!
Going to a petsmart is a great idea because it is better to rescue a cat than to shift to a breeder. And think about what you wnat..do you want a long hair or a short fuzz cat? male or female? kitten or adult? do you hold a color preference? What kind of personality? and consequently once you have something in mind from those question look at what cats are up for adoption and talk to the rescue group members to see which cats they have that a re similar to what you are looking for. Then you hold the cat and see for yourself. and you may need to go to a few rescue groups before you find a cat thats right for you. Good Luck : ]
I have two rescue cats at the moment, and of adjectives the cats I've ever owned or fostered for the RSPCA, the easiest is the simple, ordinary, common or garden, tabby who is sitting on my lap at the moment, purring her foolish fat head off.
Cats that are moggie are the strongest cats with strength e.c.t. Its like survival of the fittest. in the wild their ancestors are the ones that survived be as the ancestors of the pedigree may have failed. It not like our getting a cat to pinch him to shows, as long as the cats nice then it shouldn't matter who its parents are
You should get it from PetSmart. They are rescued cats, and that way you aren't totalling more to the exploding pet population.