What Is a Teacup Cat?
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What do teacup cats look like?
Teacup cats basically look like normal cats – just much smaller. Their body size is around two-thirds that of a normal-sized cat.
Teacups aren't a stand-alone cat breed. They are miniature versions of all possible cat breeds. This means that their build, fur texture and character traits are similar to their original breed. Miniature Persian cats are particularly popular.
Whilst an adult domestic cat weighs around 5kg, a teacup cat only weighs 2.5-3kg.