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Specially for cat-lovers: all breeds of cats in one amazing infographic scheme! 6/13/2016 •

Pop Chart Lab, a studio that specializes on various infographics and posters, has created a new great infographic devoted to cat breeds. It is very demonstrative and easy in use. Let’s see whether you will be able to find your cat!


Of course, the infographic doesn't have anything to do with a serious scientific research in felinology, but still can serve as a good means to study the whole variety of cat breeds.

If you go to the page where the chart is located, you will be able to examine the scheme in detail with the help of a zoom. The process is exciting and interesting. You may check it out right now and then share your impressions!

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More Info: www.popchartlab.com

Were you able to find your cat in the scheme? What do you think about this infographic? Tell us in the comments!

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16 Comments
Barbara Vargas
Barbara Vargas
I found my preference in cats the Persian also found a Monkey. The infografics are awesome but appeared repeated.
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Jun 10, 2016 11:07PM
Mary Brunet
I like cats no matter what they look like!!I had many different.
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Jun 11, 2016 12:06AM
Ron Garfinkle
I have a Rad Doll who comes when called, and behaves better than my Poodle.
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Jun 13, 2016 8:21PM
Mary Fink
I have a 1/2 Egyptian Mau. He acts like a dog & I've even been able to train him to do things, but he does talk a lot, so I decided when he was a kitten to put my finger to my mouth & say shhh & he goes down to a whisper
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Jun 13, 2016 9:06PM
Barrie Coleman
Interesting
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Jun 13, 2016 9:13PM
Scott Sumone
Scott Sumone
they kill rats, and that makes them ok in my book....
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Jun 13, 2016 10:01PM
Virginia Burns
Virginia Burns
I have 3 Ragdolls
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Jun 13, 2016 10:19PM
Nicholas M Lombardo
Nicholas M Lombardo
cats blagh
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Jun 14, 2016 2:38AM
Roy Higby
Found my manx! Last cat we had. Our eldest son brought home a tiny tailless kitten. As the kitten grew, we noticed a smoky white line on her muzzle. As she grew the smoky line continued down her body to her coulottes(sp). That's when she quit growing. We found another small cat, a male and bred them. Kept breeding small to smaller, until the last litter. The kits were weaned inside a week and were eating on their own at 8 days old. This last litter also had the smoky ring that grew from muzzle to coulottes where it dissipated and kits were then fully grown. I say last litter because mother car was killed by unknowns and entire litter was stolen. I had them under lock and key with a small cat door. My cattery was broken into and all traces of our miniature cats disappeared!! Saw minies like ours for sale in North Dakota, coincidence??
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Jun 14, 2016 6:43AM
Roy Higby
I hate this word correcting, I said CAT not CAR!!
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Jun 14, 2016 6:49AM

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