What is the price of a British Shorthair cat?

These cats are quite expensive in the United States. Most breeders sell them for somewhere between $800 and $2,500. Truthfully, most British Shorthair cats are at the upper end of this range. You should expect to pay at least $1,500, unless you happen to find a breeder with a deal.

What colour are British bluecats?

The British Shorthair is the pedigreed version of the traditional British domestic cat, with a distinctively stocky body, dense coat, and broad face. The most familiar colour variant is the “British Blue”, with a solid grey-blue coat, orange eyes, and a medium-sized tail.

Are British Shorthair cats good pets?

A playful, affectionate cat, the British Shorthair is fiercely loyal and a good companion for single people. Daily brushing of the British Shorthair is important, especially during seasonal changes when the coat is thickening or thinning.

Can British Shorthairs be black?

Black: Truly black British Shorthair cats are difficult to breed. The undercoat should be the same color as the topcoat, and the nose and paw pads should also be black. You might notice that the coat of a black British Shorthair feels rougher than that of its British blue cousin.

Are British Shorthair cats cuddly?

Do British Shorthairs like cuddles? They will tolerate cuddling but prefer more low-key displays of affection. As cats go they’re friendly and sociable but this breed isn’t usually keen on being picked up and held. Snuggling next to you on the sofa is more this breeds’ speed.

Do all British Shorthair cats have orange eyes?

Interestingly, their eye colour will vary depending on the colour of their coat – British Blues have gold eyes, those with point colouring have blue eyes, and other eye colours range from golden to copper. The British Shorthair is a very intelligent, gentle cat breed who is well suited to calm and quiet life.

Do British Shorthair cats meow a lot?

Do British Shorthair cats meow a lot? Yes, in general. You do find the odd quiet British Shorthair but this breed is rather notorious for being talkative. They tend to be chattiest when they want something like food, help to get in or out of the house, and their favourite thing of all: attention.

Why British Shorthair is expensive?

They charge it because people pay it! Much like dog breeders – yrs it is expensive yo breed a good litter but if everyone stopped paying these high prices there would be a massive drop in the amount of pups and kittens up for sale. It is simply supply and demand.

What breed is an All Black Cat?

Bombay Cat. Beautiful Bombay Cats are almost always black!

  • Norwegian Forest Cat. The large Norwegian Forest Cat can grow up to 12 pounds,yet they’re a sweet and gentle breed despite their large size.
  • Maine Coon.
  • Japanese Bobtail.
  • Devon Rex.
  • Scottish Fold.
  • Sphynx.
  • Chantilly-Tiffany.
  • American Bobtail.
  • British Shorthair.
  • Do British Shorthair cats like water?

    Provide a pet water fountain to encourage your British Shorthair to drink more water One way to help avert those renal and UT issues is to supply your cat with a water fountain. Some cats have a tendency to turn their nose up at their water-dishes until overmastered by thirst, which isn’t healthy.

    Are ‘black’ cats a breed?

    No, black cats are not a breed, they are a fur color. There are a few breeds that include black fur color as a predominant breed characteristic. Often, black cats are actually black tabbies with stripes so closely packed or so close in color you can’t tell the difference.

    Do British Shorthair cats catch mice?

    Do British Shorthair cats catch mice? British Shorthairs certainly do catch mice. Just try to stop them. Like her cousin, the American Shorthair, the British Shorthair cat is an agile and voracious hunter. Mice, rats, voles, shrews, any small mammals – she will chase them down with alacrity.