All About Cats :Evolution,Type,Behavior

If you have a cat, Have you ever wondered about cats and their numbers? Where did cats come from? There are many types of cats with differences and similarities. Join us in this story to see some ways that cats are the same and different. Which kind of cat is your favorite? Why? What’s The origin of the domestic cat?

Where did cats come from

most cats come from all wild cats called Felis silvestris lybica that originated in the Fertile Crescent in the Near East Neolithic period and in ancient Egypt in the Classical period.

According to a study by Claudio Ottoni, the domestication of the cat took place in two strains, but all the cats of our world have a common ancestor: the North African / Southwest Asian wildcat, Felis silvestris lybica (Ottoni and others 2017).

European wild cat (above) Domestic striped tabby cat (below).

Other experts have also discovered that cat domestication comes from leopards in China. J.D. Vigne analyzed the skeletal remains of cats in China and discovered that there may have been a short-lived domestication of leopards in China, independent of domestication elsewhere (Vigne and others 2016).

Until today, they haven’t proved that the current domestic cats come from the Leopard of China, so if there was a time that they were domesticated, it did not last (Vigne and others 2016).

 so if there was a time that they were domesticated, it did not last (Vigne and others 2016).

Types of Cats!

The ranking of cats varies from year to year, but most of the classified cats appear in the list of the most popular cats of the CFA (Cat Fanciers Association). Although technically it is not a breed, we’ve also added another type of cat to this list, as more households include these cats than any recognized breed.

1- Exotic Cats

Exotic Cats

Families who love the sweet personality and look of Persian, but they don’t care to be a slave to this cat by daily brushing, will find this the perfect pet.
Selectively bred to develop the short plush coat, the exotic in every other way resembles the Persian, including its quiet, affectionate disposition.

2-Persian Cats


With this long coat and sweet face, it’s no wonder that Persians is the favorite cat among all cats. Persians need a secure environment, but once they feel safe, they will be a source of pleasure to the lucky household that is owned by a Persian. Persian always need cleaning to keep the beauty of his coat, so be careful with this cat and get engaged.

3- Maine Coon


Maine Coon is an ideal pet, for kids, dogs and older persons, easily gaining its second most popular breed status in America, as well as its nickname “The Gentle Giant”.

4- Ragdoll Cats


Ragdolls are said to have been named for their proclivity to relax entirely when held. The Ragdoll adores its humans and would generally prefer to be wherever you are. Don’t be surprised to have a Ragdoll shadow as you go from room to room, talking to you in her sweet musical voice.

5-British Shorthair Cat

British Shorthair Cat

The British Shorthair cat is considered the oldest cat in UK. This type of domestic cat is ideal and known to be at home with children and other pets.

6-American Shorthair

American Shorthair

The American Shorthair one of the first cats recognized by CFA, he was called the “Domestic Shorthair”.If your family are looking for for a low maintenance cat, American Shorthair is the right cat for you and your family.



People also call it Aby, the Abyssinian is a very lively and active cat.Most Abyssinians cats love water, if you want to buy this cat, you have to prepare for Abyssinian interactive games and you will be rewarded with lifetime loyalty.



With his hairless body and big ears, you’ll hate him or you’ll like him at first sight.If you spend some time with Sphinx, you will find him very intelligent and friendly. So Sphynx is a good pet for you.

9-Siamese Cats

Siamese Cats

The face change from one year to another, Siamese, also known by “Meezers,” is a good pet for you.

10- Scottish Fold

Scottish Fold

With a cute look, the Scottish Fold has perfectly straight ears. his is normal, although those cats who are shown are the ones with the forward-folding ears. Whether folded or straight eared, Scottish Fold cats make excellent pets, loving and intelligent .

Cat behavior

Cats have several behaviors, each behavior has a meaning and it can be friendly or aggressive. Here is a list that describes the different behaviors cats can do.

Relaxed posture

cat Relaxed posture

if your cat is sleeping and Its breathing is slow to normal, with legs bent, or hind legs laid out or extended, they are feeling relaxed and at-home.

Stretching posture

Other behavior indicates that the cat is relaxed.

Yawning posture


Either by itself or with a stretch: another behavior that indicates that the cat is relaxed.

Alert posture

The cat may be sitting or lying down, his back is horizontal when he is moving or standing and his breathing is normal and the legs are extended or bent.

Tense posture

The cat is lying on its belly, with the back of its body lower than its upper body (slinking) when standing or moving back. Its legs, including the hind legs are bent, and its front legs are extended when standing. Its tail is close to the body, tensed or curled downwards; there can be twitching when the cat is standing up.

The cat is an independent animal, it can take care of for several hours, but it will make you the party as soon as you come back home. It will also prevent you from working, lying all the way down on your computer keyboard.

You know what you have to do to adopt a cat! Good luck with your pet.