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20:10  08 august  2017
20:10  08 august  2017 Source:   MSN

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Most animal lovers know that the Labrador Retriever has been the most popular dog breed in the U.S. for a long time. He is followed closely by the German Shepherd, the Yorkie, and the Golden Retriever. But how many of us know what the most popular cat breeds are?

While some breeds of cats can be traced back hundreds of years, Ragdoll cats date back just over five decades.1 The first litter was born in the early 1960s in California, and quickly grew into a beloved breed . Ragdolls are known for their silky, rabbit-like fur (that surprisingly sheds very little)

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Burmese

Cornish Rex

Bengal

Persian

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Devon Rex

Cheetoh

Scottish Fold

Lykoi

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Minskin

Ragdoll

Himalayan

Burmilla

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Selkirk Rex

Arabian Mau

Cymric

Australian Shepherd

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German Rex

Havana Brown

Himalayan

Norwegian Forest

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British Shorthair

Javanese

Korat

Ragamuffin

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Russian Blue

Manx

Chartreux

Burmilla

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Bambino

Siamese

Kurilian Bobtail

Bengal

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LaPerm

Peterbald

Serengeti

Sphinx

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Toyger

Savannah

Ocicat

Oregon Rex

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Maine Coon

Munchkin

Norwegian Forest

Exotic Shorthair

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Birman

Australian Mist

Munchkin

Aegean

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American Shorthair

American Curl

Cheetoh

Korat

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Nebelung

Highlander

Peterbald

Bombay

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Birman

Ragdoll

Savannah

Siberian

Don’t let your dog sleep with you in bed: study .
Ruff news: Man’s best friend may keep you from fetching sleep. That’s the takeaway of a small but provocative study titled “The Effect of Dogs on Human Sleep in the Home Sleep Environment” in the September issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings. Investigators studied 40 healthy adults with pooches but no sleep disorders over five months. Subjects and their dogs wore activity trackers to track their sleeping habits for seven nights. Researchers found that “humans with a single dog in their bedroom maintained good sleep efficiency; however, the dog’s position on/off the bed made a difference.” Bottom line: Regardless of breed or size, dogs in the bedroom was fine. Canines actually in the bed, not so much. “Human sleep efficiency was lower,” researchers noted, “if the dog was on the bed as opposed to simply in the room.

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