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Cat Cage Materials

What should your cattery cages be made from?

Whether you are building your own cat cages or purchasing a commercial enclosure, choosing the right materials can make the difference between a cage that you and your cats love and a cage that is a disappointment.


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Although the British Blue remains the most familiar variant, British Shorthairs have been developed in many other colors and patterns. Black, blue, white, red, cream, silver, golden and — most recently — cinnamon and fawn are accepted by all official standards, either solid or colorpoint, tabby, shaded and bicolor patterns. GCCF, FIFe and TICA also accept chocolate and its dilute lilac, although these colors are disallowed in the CFA standard. 

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