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That of British Longhair it is a long and troubled history, which has only recently seen it finally recognized as a breed in its own right rather than a simple longhaired variant of existing breeds. We will learn about his here character and his personality.
Despite the premise just made, it is impossible not to notice the similarities between the British Longhair and the character Shorthair. It is a lot of cats first and foremost intelligent but that, unlike more "problematic" breeds such as the Siamese, do not vent this characteristic by making trouble around the house.
There is no lack of moments of greater activity in which they enjoy playing and exploring as much as possible, but in general they tend to prefer the quiet of quiet environments, which they find more welcoming: in this they look more like their other ancestor, the Persian. It is rare for them to climb high or inaccessible places and jump from one point of the house to another.
If their long and soft coat makes them look perfect for long pampering sessions, in reality these cats are not crazy for this kind of manifestation of affection: they do not like to be picked up or held in their arms and that is why, despite their nature patient and friendly, they are not very suitable for families with children.
That doesn't mean they aren't friendly or who do not know how to forge deep emotional bonds with people: they simply show their affection in a different way, perhaps by being caressed a little and then curled up on the arm of an armchair or at the foot of the bed, close (but not too much) to their humans favorites; or playing fetch, or joining them for a walk with a leash and harness.
The British Longhair is the ideal companion for people who live alone in the house and maybe spend most of their days at work: with this cat there is no need to worry because it is extremely independent and he will surely know how to keep himself busy until his human returns. He probably prefers a few hours of solitude to the arrival of new pets, especially if they are other cats and if so far he has always been the only pet in the house. However, it seems to get along quite well with dogs, especially those with similar personalities to yours.
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