Posted September 01, 2018 12:17:52 The American Council of Learned Societies has announced that the 2018 edition of its List of the Top 100 Greatest American Cats will be released on October 1st.
For the fourth year, we will be posting the list on The American Cat Registry website as a way for anyone to share their favorite cat, and the list is curated by the Cat Fancy Club of America.
The list will be published at The American Cats Council website and on its Facebook page on October 3rd, 2018.
A list like this has to be very challenging for cat lovers to compile.
The American Cat Council said, “We wanted to do something that cat lovers can relate to and that cat owners have to know how to recognize and feel comfortable about.”
The Cat Fancy Facebook page was the first place to post the list, with the first 100 names on September 1st, 2018, followed by Facebook groups on September 6th, 2018 and September 10th, 2019.
As you can see, the cats on the list are all from the same neighborhood.
While the list was created for people who like cats and love cats, it also appeals to people who do not.
“Cats are not a monolithic species.
They have multiple subspecies, and they are very diverse.
I think that the way that people perceive the cat is also very important,” said Michael C. Williams, director of the Catfishing and Cat-Fishing Society.
In an article for the CatFishing and FishFishing website, he said, “The number of cats and cats species varies, and many people are not aware of this fact.
The American public needs to know more about the differences between different species, and how to identify and care for them.”
For some people, the cat they like best is their own.
One person said, ‘I don’t think that I have ever met a cat that I really liked, but I do think that this is one of the best breeds of cat that exists.
I’ve been to several auctions and cat shows and found that these cats are all very well cared for, but some of them are even better.”
One of the more surprising names in the list of the top 100 was the popular and popular at one time, but recently extinct, Felis catus.
But the American Cat Fancy has a history of keeping its list secret.
To date, the American Council has kept a secret list of 50 breeds and has not revealed the full list to the public, but the Cat Fishes and Fishfishes website says, ‘If you are a member of the American council and would like to know the top 10 best breeds and their top predators, we would like you to send us your email address.’
While this year’s list will not be released until October, this is a nice way to celebrate this wonderful and popular breed of cat.
If you have any favorite cats, feel free to send them to me.
Photo by Matt Smith from Cat Fancy Society.