To conclude my first section of breeds with a personal favorite. I don’t like playing favorites when it comes to animals because all breeds need a home. But when I look at Corgis, my heart just melts. For me their bodies and their fluffy booties just make me smile, so I am a little biased in this review of them.
I have been having a lot of fun researching the different breeds especially cats. I had no idea the sheer volume of different breeds exists within cats. Since all of my cats have been rescues, we did not get a learn nearly as much about which breed we would want so I hope you are enjoying learning about these breeds as much as I am.
I have taken all the boring material and pieced together information that is both information but will not put you to sleep while reading this. (Well at least I hope not). So I am going to break this down into six sections: History behind Yorkies, Appearance and Grooming, Typical Health, Personality Traits, and Fun Facts about the Yorkshire Terrier.
First, let’s talk about what is actually a Bengal cat. Bengal cats are a pedigree breed that happens with you cross-breed and Asian Leopard Cat with a Domestic Shorthair cat. In order for a Bengal cat to be considered a Bengal cat and not a hybrid, they must be a least a fourth-generation mix. Oye! Anyone else’s brains hurt from reading that? WHAT DOES THAT EVEN MEAN?!
So today I wanted to take a second and have a stroll down memory lane. I wanted to share with you the story of my first dog, Jake. I like to believe that the adoption of Jake was the leading factor to almost all animal-related events that happened in our life. And sometimes it is better to take a look back and understand your past so you can be more prepared for your future.