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Quiz about More Fractured Cat Breeds
Quiz about More Fractured Cat Breeds

More Fractured Cat Breeds Trivia Quiz


Are you a cat lover familiar with various and/or possibly obscure types of cat breeds? If so, then this just may be the cat breed quiz for you. So, go ahead and give it a try. Enjoy and good luck to ya!

A multiple-choice quiz by Tigress31. Estimated time: 7 mins.
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Author
Tigress31
Time
7 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
185,864
Updated
Feb 21 22
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Difficult
Avg Score
5 / 10
Plays
1345
Question 1 of 10
1. Bane gull?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 2 of 10
2. Eviction meow?

Answer: (Two Words)
Question 3 of 10
3. Aussie khat?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 4 of 10
4. Simile?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 5 of 10
5. Pick ski bulb?

Answer: (Two Words)
Question 6 of 10
6. Ragged awl?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 7 of 10
7. Sink appear awe?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 8 of 10
8. The mystic?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 9 of 10
9. Burr men?

Answer: (One Word)
Question 10 of 10
10. A mayor icon girl?

Answer: (Two Words)

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Bane gull?

Answer: Bengal

The Bengal is a relatively new breed that is a cross of Asian leopard cats and domestic shorthairs. They are quite large cats with males weighing up to about 22 pounds. With their coat colors and markings resembling those of the Asian leopard, Bengals are quite often also called "miniature leopards." And though they look much like the leopard, they possess a good-natured temperament.
2. Eviction meow?

Answer: Egyptian Mau

The Egyptian Mau is the only domestic cat breed to have naturally occurring spots. The coat of the Egyptian Mau is basically maintenance free. However, when grooming it's best to use a comb rather than a brush, for brushing can remove the spots on the ticking at the end of the hair shaft. Egyptian Maus are said to be excellent travelers, and may make for a perfect companion for those on the go a lot.

It's also been said that they are easily leash trained and like to play fetch, and are known to display the utmost loyalty to their families.
3. Aussie khat?

Answer: Ocicat

The Ocicat got its name from resembling an ocelot. They are spotted large muscular cats that come in a wide variety of color formations. They require little or no grooming, and are a breed said to be easily trained. They thrive on interaction with humans, and are not a breed that does well if left alone for long periods of time.
4. Simile?

Answer: Somali

The Somali is said to be the cousin cat to the Abyssinian, and they have been referred to as "longhaired Abyssinians." They have also sometimes been given the nickname "fox cat", due to their large, bushy tails. The Somali is a ticked-colored cat that comes in the colors of ruddy with black ticking, red with chocolate brown ticking, blue with slate blue ticking, and fawn with light cocoa brown ticking.
5. Pick ski bulb?

Answer: Pixie Bob

The Pixie-Bob is a cross between domestic cats and the bobcat. They have spotted coats, short tails, and heavily-hooded eyes. They are said to make sounds of chirping and chattering rather than meowing. They are considered a loyal breed which requires frequent and regular attention. They are also a breed said to love water!
6. Ragged awl?

Answer: Ragdoll

The Ragdoll is said to be an easygoing and loving breed. It's one which is also known, however, to take its naptimes very, very seriously, and will basically nap anywhere at anytime. It's a large breed averaging from 14-20+ pounds. Ragdolls have semi-longhaired coats. Shockingly however, their fur does not mat, which helps in providing for low-grooming maintenance.

They come in the pointed colors of seal point, blue point, chocolate point, and lilac point; all of which can either have or not have white markings. Ragdolls are said to lack the instinct to defend themselves; therefore, it's very imperative that they be kept as strictly indoor pets only.
7. Sink appear awe?

Answer: Singapura

The Singapura is relatively small in size when compared to many other cat breeds. The average adult Singapura weighs in at only about 6 1/2 pounds. They do, however, have large ears and eyes that seem to stand out. They have silky short coats that are ivory-yellow in color, with dark brown ticking.

They are said to be an even-tempered breed, with a quiet soft voice that's rarely ever used.
8. The mystic?

Answer: Domestic

These are the felines which are without a pedigree. They are often referred to as tabby cats, the household pet cat, the alley cat, or the farm cat. They can have any kind of coat length, coat color and markings, tail length, and eye color. Most cat owners, including myself, are the proud owners of this breed of cat.
9. Burr men?

Answer: Birman

Birman cats are believed to have originated in Burma. They are often also referred to as the "Sacred Cat of Burma." There are said to be a number of legends associated with this origin. Birmans have white-colored paws, and their eyes are always the color blue. They're very easy to keep groomed, due to only having a single layer coat that simply never becomes matted.
10. A mayor icon girl?

Answer: American Curl

The American Curl has ears that uniquely curl backward away from its face, which is the result of a natural genetic mutation. The ears, however, don't start to curl until about 3-5 days after birth; they are born with straight ears. They are very companion-oriented cats who are said to easily adapt to almost any type of home environment and other animals.

Thanks to all for playing along. :)
Source: Author Tigress31

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