Today, the British Fold is perhaps the most popular and beloved by many cat breeds. These beauties captivate with their grace, activity, curiosity and intelligence. There is no need to talk about appearance, they are charm itself.
The British Fold cat is famous for its meek disposition, calm and balanced character. This is a big lover of a calm lifestyle. Quickly enough, he becomes attached to the owner, likes to play with children, quickly masters new territory.
The British Fold kitten does not require special, complicated care. He enjoys spending a lot of time in the hands of the owner, loves to play, has good he alth and excellent appetite.
The British Fold does not require special ear care from its owner. Sometimes there are small "tassels" at the ends that need to be cut off.
This domestic "predator" needs to be fed either special cat food or natural products. The British Fold needs a balanced diet. If you have made a choice in favor of natural products, then you need to remember that nutrition should bevaried and high quality. Portions should be small and warm: 26 - 39 degrees. If you prefer feeding with special food, then do not add meat and other products to it - the food is balanced and contains everything necessary for the he alth of the animal.
Feed once a year to prevent urolithiasis, and make sure that the Brit always has clean water.
Especially wanted to talk about wool. The British Fold loves to comb against the coat. Amazing, isn't it? Once a week, with a metal massage brush, comb your pet first along the coat, and then against it. This is a great massage that cats love very much. Massage the neck and thick cheeks against the coat. Then remove the combed hair with wet hands.
The British are massive, large cats. Often they are called "plush" because of the dense short hair. We are already accustomed to these blue cats, but not everyone knows that they are black and white, purple and chocolate. There are rare golden and silver colors.
The head of the British is large, round, the neck is almost invisible. Huge eyes and thick cheeks are the hallmark of this breed.
British cats are very fond of people, especially children. They don't mind being around other animals. They have an excellent even temperament. They are not at all characterized by vindictiveness and aggression. If they get tired of the attention of the owners to their person, they just break out and run away, never hurting with their claws.
The British are quiteself-sufficient. They do not need a constant company, they calmly endure loneliness and are a real find for people who spend most of their lives at work. At the same time, they will happily meet you from work and show with their whole appearance how happy they are from meeting you.
The British are well-mannered and tidy. These are real English aristocrats. Any cat will eat plenty if you leave fresh meat or fish unattended. Anyone but not a Brit! He will sit resentfully at his empty bowl, like a silent reproach to the owner's inattention.