The American Curl is a modern breed of dog. Their distinctive backward ears, a mutation that was initially observed in the 1980s, have made this breed famous. As soon as it was discovered, breeders set out to create a copy.
The feline is highly-liked for its amiability and compatibility with humans of all ages, as well as other felines and even some canines. This energetic breed is a good match for most families.
The American Shorthair is a breed of cat that originated in Europe and was brought to the New World aboard ships to reduce mice populations. Since the start of the 20th century,
evidence suggests they have risen to prominence as one of the most popular types of domestic cats in the United States. This cat breed has separated from the Domestic Shorthair and is now recognized as its own species.
The Exotic Shorthair is sometimes referred to as "the lazy man's Persian" since it has many traits with the Persian. But they're easier to maintain than Persian cats. Because of their flat faces, this breed often gets tear stains.
The breed is known for being friendly and kind, and its members retain their youthful vigor long into old age.
The American Wirehair was developed from a natural mutation of the American Shorthair in New York in the 1960s. The mutation was passed on when a cat with wirehair at birth was bred on purpose.
The American Shorthair and the Wirehair have comparable genetic and behavioral traits. The short, wiry hair is low maintenance since it needs so little brushing. The Wirehair is sociable and gets along well with other pets and humans