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Cat Breeds ~ Exotic Cats

Book References

  1. Dusty Rainbolt, Cat Wrangling Made Easy: Maintaining Peace and Sanity in Your Multicat Home, The Lyons Press, 2007
  2. Wendy Christensen and The Staff of the Humane Society of America, The Humane Society of the United States Complete Guide to Cat Care, St. Martin's Griffin, 2004
  3. Bruce Fogle, CATolog, DK ADULT, 2002.
  4. Mordecai Siegal, Simon & Schuster's Guide To Cats , Simon & Schuster, 1983
  5. Desmond Morris, Cat Breeds of the World, A complete Illustrated Encyclopedia, Viking Penguin, 1999

Miscellaneous References:

  1. The Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA) ,
  2. Natural Cat Breeds, Cat Realm
  3. Feline Conservation Federation (FCF), Feline Conservation Federation (FCF)
  4. Cat body-type mutation, Wikipedia
  5. History of the Domestic Cat ,
  6. Jessi Clark-White, All About Wild and Exotic Cats as Pets,
  7. Bobcat Lynx rufus , Defenders of Wildlife, Copyright 2011
  8. Arnold's Exotics,
  9. Oriental Shorthair, The International Cat Association (TICA), 1983
  10. Ocicat Cat Breed - Overview and History, PetWave Corporation, Copyright 2011
  11. Turkish Angora, Wikipedia
  12. Scottish Fold, Wikipedia
  13. Turkish Van Information, The Turkish Van Site
  14. Geoffroy's Cat, Feline Conservation Federation (FCF), copyright 1955 - 2011
  15. Iberian Lynx, A great cat in a shrinking space, World Wildlife Fund (WWF), copyright 2011
  16. About the Clouded Leopard, The Clouded Leopard Project, Copyright 2003-2008
  17. Carol Vaage, Tigers, Listen to Some Tigers Growl, Zoo Animals, A telecollaborative project inspired by Valley Zoo School
  18. Serval, Wildlife Fact-File (card 124)
  19. C.M.Shorter, Serval - Leptailurus serval,
  20. Jessi Clark-White, African Servals,, copyright 2005
  21. Leptailurus serval, IUNC Red List of Threatened Species
  22. Serval, Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
  23. American Wirehair, Wikipedia
  24. ThinkQuest,
  25. Provet:
  26. Burke's Backyard: With Don Burke, Abyssinian Cats, CTC Productions, Copyright 2001
  27. The Internet Animal Hospital,
  28. Hybrid Law,
  29. Kurt Schmitt, Hybrid Cat Breeds, Cat Lovers Only, Copyright 2004 - 2011
  30. The Hybrid Cat Breeds of the World, Cat Breeds, Copyright 2009 - 2011
  31. Hybrid Cats, Pictures of Cats
  32. About Bengals, Exotic Cat Network
  33. Bengal (cat), Wikipedia
  34. Havana Brown, About.Com. Cats
  35. Havana Brown, Wikipedia


  1. BirdLife International, -, A global Partnership of conservation organisations that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources.
  2. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species™ -
  3. ARKive, ARKive is a ‘virtual’ conservation effort. "Using film, photographs and audio recordings, ARKive is creating a unique record of the world’s biodiversity - complementing other species information datasets, and making a key resource available for scientists, conservationists, educators and the general public."
  4. UNEP-WCMC United Nations Environment Programme World Conservation Monitoring Centre -, "Working towards a wiser world: one in which everyone recognizes that the diversity of life on Earth is vital to the future of humanity. The Centre strives to promote wiser decision-making and a sustainable future by providing information on the conservation and sustainable management of the living world."
  5. Species 2000 and the Integrated Taxonomic Information System (ITIS), -, Catalogue of Life programme aims to create a uniform and validated index to the world's known species for use as a practical tool in inventorying and monitoring biodiversity worldwide.
  6. CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) -, "An international agreement between Governments. Its aim is to ensure that international trade in specimens of wild animals and plants does not threaten their survival. Roughly 5,000 species of animals and 28,000 species of plants are protected by CITES against over-exploitation through


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