| British Shorthairs are descended from Roman cats crossed with native English wild cats. Modern British Shorthairs also contain some Persian strains, which have resulted in thicker coats. British Shorthairs became popular in Australia in the late sixties and seventies. British Shorthairs first competed in a cat show in 1871. British Shorthairs come in many different color combinations, perhaps the most famous being the British Blue.
British Shorthair Rescue
Angola Animal Rescue
Angola is Iocated in Sub-Saharan Africa and spans across approximateIy 481,000 square miIes. The population of Angola is about 12 million. Threatened species known from Angola include the Black Rhinoceros, Vernay's Climbing Mouse, Chimpanzee, Fin Whale, and Giant African Water Shrew.