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Welcome to english.eastday.com.Today isCONTACT US│BIG5│中文版│日本語│美国站│加拿大站│OLD VERSIONFollow us @Contribute to us!LatestShanghaiBusinessCultureChinaWorldPicturesTopicsLifeServicesHomeautoArticleWhat? Is buying a cat in Shanghai really that expensive?!From:Shanghai Daily  |  2021-03-20 04:29OKAY, first things first, I really don’t recommend buying a cat in Shanghai. The streets are peppered with cute, homeless cats that you can slowly get to know with a bag of tasty cat treats and a little time. If you hit it off, take him or her to your nearest vet for some jabs, a wash and a flea treatment and you have a new little buddy. But if it’s a more, err, exotic breed you’re looking for, this is your guide to five of the most popular types of cat in Shanghai today.I went down to Big Boss recently, a pet store near my home, to sit down and have a play with some of Shanghai’s most popular cats as I chatted with store manager Jiangjiang.Maine Coon 缅因猫First up, I just had to ask about the Maine Coon, an extremely large cat that is often mistaken for a wild animal. Hailing from the state of Maine in the United States, hence the name, the Maine Coon has become extremely popular lately because of its wild and majestic appearance.They have huge faces, ears, bodies and paws, and at first sight might send you into panic mode. Despite their size and appearance, they are extremely friendly. That’s why they’re often referred to as “the gentle giant.”If big is what you’re looking for, go for the male variety — females are a bit smaller but retain the other distinctive features.Price: Around 20,000 yuan (US$3,075)Ragdoll布偶猫This type of cat, first bred by a woman named Ann Baker in California, the US, has a placid nature and won’t get angry, making it perfect for small kids. The Ragdoll gets its name from the fact that when picked up, it will go limp like a ragdoll.One of the things that makes them so popular in Shanghai, though, is their blue eyes and unique fur coloring.“They all have blue eyes,” Jiangjiang told me. “But they are categorized by the depth of blue, which can also affect the price.”Price: Around 20,000 yuanBritish Shorthair 银渐层As you probably guessed by the name, the British Shorthair comes from Britain and has, well, short hair. It’s also known for its stocky chest and overall broad look.In Shanghai, the white variant of this cat — or silver, to be technical — is extremely popular with children and young women for its clean appearance and large, almond eyes. One downside, though, is that they don’t really like to be picked up and carried, although they do love to sit on their human’s lap.“This is a very popular breed,” Jiangjiang told me. “So it’s a bit cheaper than the others.”Price: 5,000 to 8,000 yuanPersian Longhair 加菲猫This is definitely one of my favorites, and was popularized by the famous American cartoon “Garfield” (hence its Chinese name). They are most famous for their extremely flat faces, short, stubby legs, and long fur.That fur can be a bit of a problem, though, because it can easily become dirty when drinking and eating — the Persian Longhair has such a flat face that it needs to basically bury it in his food and water. This means he’ll require daily cleaning and brushing. If that’s a bit much for you, you can opt for a short haircut which is also super cute.But there are other things you need to take care of daily.“The Persian Longhair has very developed tear glands, so its eyes will easily become gunky, as well as its nose,” Jiangjiang warned. “You’ll need to wipe its eyes and clean its nose regularly.”Price: 5,000 to 30,000 yuanOriental Shorthair东方短毛Last but not least is the Oriental Shorthair, who you might think looks quite familiar. That’s because he’s closely related to the Siamese cat, another very popular breed.This cutie has huge, distinctive ears, a slim build and long legs. Because of these characteristics, some think the Oriental Shorthair looks a bit like a rat. A really cute rat!“They’re known for their slim build, which owners should try their best to maintain,” Jiangjiang suggested.Price: 10,000 to 20,000 yuanI knew these types of cats were expensive, but I didn’t know they’d be that expensive if I’m being honest. Anyway, if you fall in love with one then you have no choice! What’s your favorite of the five?SharebShare.addEntry({url:http://english.eastday.com/eastday/eastday2015/Culture/auto/u1ai8704959.html,title:What? Is buying a cat in Shanghai really that expensive?!,summary:OKAY, first things first, I really don’t recommend buying a cat in Shanghai. The streets are peppered with cute, homeless cats that you can slowly get to know with a bag of tasty cat treats and a little time. If you hit it off, take him or her to your nearest vet for some jabs, a wash and a flea treatment and you have a new little buddy. But if it’s a more, err, exotic breed you’re looking for, this is your guide to five of the most popular types of cat in Shanghai today.I went down to Big Boss recently, a pet store near my home, to sit down and have a play with some of Shanghai’s most popular cats as I chatted with store manager Jiangjiang.Maine Coon 缅因猫First up, I just had to ask about the Maine Coon, an extremely large cat that is often mistaken for a wild animal. Hailing from the state of Maine in the United States, hence the name, the Maine Coon has become extremely popular lately because of its wild and majestic appearance.They have huge faces, ears, bodies and paws, and at first sight might send you into panic mode. Despite their size and appearance, they are extremely friendly. That’s why they’re often referred to as “the gentle giant.”If big is what you’re looking for, go for the male variety — females are a bit smaller but retain the other distinctive features.Price: Around 20,000 yuan (US$3,075)Ragdoll布偶猫This type of cat, first bred by a woman named Ann Baker in California, the US, has a placid nature and won’t get angry, making it perfect for small kids. The Ragdoll gets its name from the fact that when picked up, it will go limp like a ragdoll.One of the things that makes them so popular in Shanghai, though, is their blue eyes and unique fur coloring.“They all have blue eyes,” Jiangjiang told me. “But they are categorized by the depth of blue, which can also affect the price.”Price: Around 20,000 yuanBritish Shorthair 银渐层As you probably guessed by the name, the British Shorthair comes from Britain and has, well, short hair. It’s also known for its stocky chest and overall broad look.In Shanghai, the white variant of this cat — or silver, to be technical — is extremely popular with children and young women for its clean appearance and large, almond eyes. One downside, though, is that they don’t really like to be picked up and carried, although they do love to sit on their human’s lap.“This is a very popular breed,” Jiangjiang told me. “So it’s a bit cheaper than the others.”Price: 5,000 to 8,000 yuanPersian Longhair 加菲猫This is definitely one of my favorites, and was popularized by the famous American cartoon “Garfield” (hence its Chinese name). They are most famous for their extremely flat faces, short, stubby legs, and long fur.That fur can be a bit of a problem, though, because it can easily become dirty when drinking and eating — the Persian Longhair has such a flat face that it needs to basically bury it in his food and water. This means he’ll require daily cleaning and brushing. If that’s a bit much for you, you can opt for a short haircut which is also super cute.But there are other things you need to take care of daily.“The Persian Longhair has very developed tear glands, so its eyes will easily become gunky, as well as its nose,” Jiangjiang warned. “You’ll need to wipe its eyes and clean its nose regularly.”Price: 5,000 to 30,000 yuanOriental Shorthair东方短毛Last but not least is the Oriental Shorthair, who you might think looks quite familiar. That’s because he’s closely related to the Siamese cat, another very popular breed.This cutie has huge, distinctive ears, a slim build and long legs. Because of these characteristics, some think the Oriental Shorthair looks a bit like a rat. A really cute rat!“They’re known for their slim build, which owners should try their best to maintain,” Jiangjiang suggested.Price: 10,000 to 20,000 yuanI knew these types of cats were expensive, but I didn’t know they’d be that expensive if I’m being honest. Anyway, if you fall in love with one then you have no choice! What’s your favorite of the five?});About EastdayStatementSite MapAdvertisingCooperationContact UsCopyright @ English.Eastday.Comvar _bdhmProtocol = ((“https:” == document.location.protocol) ? ” https://” : ” http://”);
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