Felinexpress Home
Cat Breeds
Cat Health
Cat Tips
Cat Care
Kitten Care
Senior Cats
Strays & Ferals
Cat Behavior
Cat Pregnancy
Cat Names
Cat Products Review
Cat Tails
Lost Cat Tips
Featured Cat Book
Memorial Cat Pages




CAT HOROSCOPE (September)
Aries (3/21-4/20)
Taurus (4/21-5/21)
Gemini (5/22-6/21)
Cancer (6/22-7/22)
Leo (7/23-8/21)
Virgo (8/22-9/23)
Libra (9/24-10/23)
Scorpio (10/24-11/22)
Sagittarius (11/23-12/22)
Capricorn (12/23-1/20)
Aquarius (1/21-2/19)
Pisces (2/20-3/20)


We are the proud winners of the 2006 - 2009 winner of the Muse Medallion for Online Magazine by The Cat Writers’ Association in their annual Communications Contest! (Photo courtesy of Weems Hutto).

On November 17, 2007 Felinexpress.com was honored to receive The President's Award by the Cat Writers' Association. We are very proud to have earned this distinction and will continue to provide quality information for all cat lovers.

Felinexpress.com Home > Cat Breeds > Balinese

Balinese

Resembling the Siamese except for the longer hair on the coat, the Balinese are just as athletic as the Siamese. They excel in long interactive playtimes, are excellent climbers they are entertaining as well as graceful. Their motto would be- “Anything you can do, I can do better,” as they have to be involved in the moment and disturb whatever it is you are trying to do. If you don’t pay attention to them, the Balinese will let you know loudly that this will never suffice!

Balinese cats come in for distinct colors; lilac point, seal point, blue point and chocolate point. Their ears are a main feature large, pointed almost sideways off the top of their head, giving the head an appearance of a triangle.

Their eyes, large and expressive are deep blue. Their bodies are slender, their legs long and lanky. Intelligent and athletic they crave human company and their owners quickly fall in love with them as well. They love to talk, and will follow you around the house telling you in their soft trills about their day or how much they missed you while you were at work.

Mary Anne Miller is a free lance writer, website content provider and member of The Cat Writers’ Association.

  1. Korat
  2. Balinese
  3. Javanese
  4. Japanese Bobtail
  5. Somali
  6. Abyssinian
  7. Turkish Van
  8. Siamese
  9. Egyptian Mau
  10. Oriental Shorthair
  11. Tonkinese
  12. Bengal
  13. Norwegian Forest Cat
  14. Cornish Rex
  15. Siberian

More cat breeds



Persian Cats

Persian cats prefer staying relatively quiet. They are docile, loving cats.


Ragdoll

Ragdoll cats prefer to stay low to the ground, rather than in high places


Ragamuffin

Ragamuffins are calm and can handle most types of child’s play