Looking for a cat that's as graceful as it is affectionate? Our selection of Russian Blue kittens is sure to impress. These felines are a breed known for their elegant appearance, with sleek, silver-blue coats that are soft to the touch.


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About Russian Blue Cats

The Russian Blue cat breed is a medium-sized breed with a distinctive short, dense, blue-gray coat that feels silky to the touch. They are often referred to as "blue cats" because of the blue tint to their gray fur. The Russian Blue is known for its bright green eyes, which provide a striking contrast to their blue-gray fur.

Russian Blues are known for their friendly and affectionate personalities. They are often described as being shy around strangers but warm up quickly to their owners. They are intelligent cats that are known to be quick learners and are easily trained to perform tricks. Russian Blues are also known for their playfulness, and they enjoy playing with toys and games that challenge their minds.

However, they are also known to be easily stressed by changes in routine or environment and can be prone to anxiety. They prefer a calm, predictable environment and may not do well in homes with a lot of noise or commotion.

Russian Blues are generally healthy cats and are not prone to any specific health problems. They have a lifespan of around 15 years, and with proper care, they can live well into their late teens. These cats are known for being relatively low-maintenance, with their short coats requiring minimal grooming. However, they do shed, so regular brushing is recommended to keep their coats healthy and shiny.

1.) One of the defining characteristics of the Russian Blue breed is their soft, melodious voice. They are not known for being loud or overly vocal, but they do enjoy making conversation with their owners.

2.) Russian Blues are also known for their love of perching in high places, and they are often found perched on top of bookshelves or other tall furniture.

3.) This breed is believed to have originated in Russia and was first exhibited at a cat show in England in the late 1800s.

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