Famous British Shorthair on WikiPet.by
British shorthair cats in art
The most famous “British” among literary characters is, of course, the Cheshire Cat, invented by Lewis Carroll for “Alice in Wonderland”. By the way, breed lovers believe that one of the hallmarks of the British Shorthair is her smile.
Pictured: Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland - British Shorthair
And if you like horror movies, not fairy tales, then you probably remember the cat from the movie “Pet Cemetery” based on the novel by Stephen King.
However, the "British" are represented not only in films. It is the cats of this breed that the manufacturer chose for advertising Whiskas feed.
And the St. Petersburg photographer Andy Proch created a wonderful series of pictures, which captured the faithful friendship of his daughter Katerina with the British Shorthair cat Lila Blue Royal Lada.
British Shorthair - social media stars
A cat from China, nicknamed Banye, has become famous all over the world for always looking terribly surprised. For this feature he was nicknamed "OMG-cat": you might think that he, looking at the world, constantly exclaims "Oh, god!" "Oh My God!"
Famous owners of British Shorthair cats
Elena Proklova settled a purple Briton in her house, the same cat became the favorite of composer Nikolai Petrov.
Alexander Kutikov ("Time Machine") also could not resist the charm of British Shorthair cats.
And Vladimir Zhirinovsky called his blue Briton Churchill.