Cats of different breeds differ from each other in appearance, character, habits, demeanor. If you are looking for a picky, friendly, intelligent furry friend, take a look at the "Siberians". It is not at all difficult to distinguish a Siberian cat from cats of other breeds.
Siberian cats are very strong, sturdy and muscular animals. Due to the natural origin of this breed, "Siberians" have excellent health. Cats are usually somewhat larger.
If you pay attention to the paws of a Siberian cat, you will notice that they are quite powerful and large, and hair grows between their toes. The tail of the Siberian cat is very long and fluffy. Its width gradually decreases from base to tip.
The Siberian cat differs from cats of other breeds in a relatively large head, shaped like a trapezoid. The top of the head of the "Siberians" is flat, and the forehead is low, smoothly turning to a straight and relatively wide nasal bridge. The very nose of the Siberian cat is of medium length. If you gently feel the cheekbones and chin of the animal, you will feel that they form a rounded line. Also, Siberian cats are distinguished by a short neck, long whiskers and eyebrows.
In comparison with cats of other breeds, the ears of "Siberians" reach an average size. They are slightly inclined forward, and their tips are rounded. Most Siberian cats have mischievous tassels on the tips of their ears.
Pay attention to the eyes of Siberian cats. They are rounded and slightly slanted. The color of the eyes of animals of this breed can be yellow or green. And only color-points and white "Siberians" can boast of sky-blue eyes. In white Siberian cats, you may notice different eye colors.
Siberian cats are long-haired animals. You can distinguish them from other breeds of cats by their chic "collar" and lush "panties".
The color of the Siberian cat can be anything except chocolate, Burmese and lilac. Color-point cats can be called "Neva Masquerade". The fur on the body of such cats is light, and the ears, paws, tail and mask on the muzzle are dark.