From behind, Japanese bobtails look more like rabbits than cats. Their pom-pom tails are an unexpected feature. With every page turn, young readers will better understand the unique appeal of these rare cats and why some people consider them good luck charms.
Burmese cats dress well for their body type. You might not guess that sturdy bodies are hiding underneath silky coats. This book will spark curiosity about cats and show elementary readers that Burmese cats are much more than balls of fluff.
Ocicats are tame pets disguised as wild animals. Their spotted coats make them look a lot like small ocelots, the wild cats they are named after! Looking past the spots and behind the name, this title introduces kids to a special kitten named Tonga that started a breed.
Another bad hair day. Such is life for the Selkirk rex breed. These cats are famous for their unruly curls. Even their whiskers curl! Beginning readers may want to pet and style the plush hair of a Selkirk rex after reading this book.
Once mousers for Vikings, Norwegian forest cats are a populous breed in the U.S. today. Tufts of fur pour out of their ears and toes, hailing back to their rugged, northern ancestry. Wegies, as they are often called, are affectionate pets. Discover more about the evolution of this wild breed in our title for young readers.
Ever wonder what kind of feline the Chesire Cat is? He’s a British shorthair! This smiley, chubby-faced breed is versatile, friendly, and popular. Read more about the history, personality, and award-winning features of the British shorthair in this title for early readers!
The intense gaze of a green-eyed Russian blue draws the attention of any cat admirer. Glistening, plush fur, a regal Russian history, and chosen loyalty to its owner give this cat a reputation of luxury. But the breed was not always so significant. Learn more about how the Russian blue earned a place among cat fanciers in our book for beginning readers.