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 come in many different color combinations, perhaps the most famous being the British Blue.
British Shorthair Rescue
Brazil Animal Rescue
Brazil is Iocated in South America. The population of Brazil is about 188 million. The capital of Brazil is Bras�lia. Threatened species known from Brazil include the Black-faced Lion Tamarin, Brazilian Arboreal Mouse, Capuchin, Golden-rumped Lion Tamarin, and Brazilian Spiny Shiny Rat. Most peopIe in Brazil speak Portuguese.