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Cat Breeder, Protect Yourself

The smart cat breeders knows to exercise some common-sense precautions to protect themselves and their kitties from the possible dangers that a prospective 'buyer' may present.


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Although the British Blue remains the most familiar variant, British Shorthairs & Longhairs have been developed in many other colors and patterns. Black, blue, white, red, cream, silver, golden and—most recently—cinnamon and fawn are accepted by all official standards, either solid or in colorpoint, tabby, shaded and bicolor patterns. GCCF, FIFe and TICA also accept chocolate and lilac, although these colors are disallowed in the CFA standard. 

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