This Cat Is So Expressive, There’s No Need To Even Describe Her Emotions As They’re Obvious (34 Pics)
We’re absolutely mad about cats and we know that you are, too. Nearly everyone has their fave internet feline, however, there’s always space in our hearts for a new contender! Meet Nana who is so expressive and whose reactions are so dramatic that we think she belongs on the silver screen. You can tell exactly how she’s feeling by glancing at her face and we think it’s adorable.
Nana is a British Shorthair cat who lives in China together with her owner. She’s a real star on Weibo, the Chinese social media giant: she has over 75.2k fans who eagerly wait for her newest photos and videos. The music videos, in particular, are great. Occasionally, Nana also poses with other cats. Scroll down, upvote your fave photos of Nana, and let us know in the comments which of her reaction photos are your favorites and why.
Nana the cat has gorgeous blue eyes and pristine white fur. She is so fabulous that some of you Pandas might be thinking of getting or rescuing a British Shorthair of your own.
Well, there are some things that you should keep in mind about this breed’s character and how to take care of it. British Shorthairs are very intelligent and calm, so they’ll get along well with your other pets.
However, these cats can have some health issues that you should be aware of. British Shorthairs are susceptible to arthritis, can develop cysts on their kidneys, and can have hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (a fancy way of saying that your pet’s heartbeat can rise and they can have problems breathing).
On the plus side, British Shorthairs don’t need too much extra exercise to stay healthy—they do plenty of roaming on their own.
However, because they’re so laid back, you really need to count your cat’s calories. Fortunately, apart from that, their diet is pretty simple. You can feed them kitten food until they’re around a year old and sometimes even longer. It’s better if you stick to the same food rather than switching it around because you might upset your cat’s stomach.
Once they start turning into meowgnificant adults, feed them nutritious food a few times a day. Just don’t overfeed them because obesity greatly reduces a cat’s quality of life (you can find Bored Panda’s post about how to get your chonky cat lean and floofy right here). However, we can’t guarantee that every British Shorthair will be as expressive as Nana. She’s a star!