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British Shorthair (BRI)

The British Shorthair breed has a rich history that can be traced back to the domestic cats of Rome. These cats accompanied Roman armies, protecting food supplies from rodents during their conquests. Over time, they made their way to Britain, where they interbred with local cats, eventually giving rise to the British Shorthair breed as we know it today. During the late 19th century, these cats gained recognition and became popular as show cats, showcasing their unique features and winning the hearts of cat enthusiasts. Today, British Shorthair cats continue to be cherished for their historical significance and enduring charm, maintaining their status as one of the most beloved and iconic cat breeds.


British Shorthair cats are a breed that captivates with their unique appearance and wonderful temperament. They have a sturdy build, wide head, and deep expressive eyes, which give them a distinctively charming look.

One of the most noticeable traits of British Shorthair cats is their dense, plush coat. This breed showcases a wide range of color variations, including classic silver, as well as marbled and spotted patterns. Their fluffy fur adds to their attractive and luxurious appearance.


British Shorthair cats are known for their balanced and calm nature. They are typically independent yet devoted and attached to their owners. They handle solitude well and adapt easily to different circumstances.

British Shorthair cats thrive in apartment living and make ideal companions for those who prefer a calm environment. They consistently elicit admiration with their gentle and dignified behavior. 


Our British Shorthair Cat


Breed: British Shorthair (BRI)

Color: White

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