The Somali is a cat breed created from long-haired Abyssinian cats. The breed appeared in the 1950s from Abyssinian breeding programs when a number of Abyssinian kittens were born with bottle-brush tails and long fluffy coats. Abyssinians and Somalis share similar personalities — intelligent, playful, curious — however Somalis are more relaxed and easygoing than the more active Abyssinians
Abyssinian Cat - a friend of mine had a male Abby, named Simon, that was so strong it had pecs... also survived a fall from a 4th story apt window and after that, whenever he didn't want to be in side...he JUMPED from the 4th floor... amazing breed, really sb
The Red Fox: Males are referred to as reynards, females as vixens, and young as kits, pups or cubs. A group of foxes is a "skulk", "troop" or "earth". Their main diet is insects, reptiles, berrys and nuts. They, like squirrels, are hoarders. They gather, eat just enough for the day, and then store the rest for snow days.
Chocolate cats are uncommon, because the gene that is associated with their lush mahogany coats is seen only in a small, select gene pool. All chocolate cats are descended directly from a single individual, a Havana Brown cat. The Havana Brown breed was created by crossing a black, blue, and color-point cats. Because of their specific and verifiable ancestry, chocolate cats of all shapes and sizes hold their personalities in common. They are intelligent, very friendly, and quite playful.