A kitten becomes a cat at approximately 6 months of age. Therefore, if you want to adopt one after the age of six months, then this is not possible in most cases.
What are some breeds of cats?
There are many different breeds within the cat family including Persians, Abyssinians, Siamese and Birmans. All have their own unique characteristics which are enjoyed by owners around the world. The different colours include black/brown tabby stripes or blotches on white bodies with coloured points such as blue eyes or orange ears called tortoishells; solid colour coats with no pattern except for eye colour called calicos; multi-coloured patterns with solid colour bases known as mackerel pussies or crystal kittens where they carry an orange background throughout their coat with silver patches over each eye – all these mutations have been developed through selective breeding techniques in order to create specific appearances for specialised purposes e.g., hunting small animals like rabbits etc.; wild looking jungle cats that look very similar to tigers but come from native populations in Asia and Australia – this type has big padded feet when running so can hunt small prey effectively when necessary; domesticated types that resemble striped domestic felines e.g., British Shorthair Cat (so named because it originated in Britain) – extremely popular due to its friendly character but also good mouser qualities too! There are even more variations depending on what countries they originate from! Some can be