Henry The British Shorthair

Have you ever wondered what an indoor cat does all day when he is at home with his owner? This video is about Henry, a tabby British Shorthair whose day-to-day life revolves around sleeping, looking out the window, playing with his owner, running around the house, and eating/drinking. Henry is an everyday cat that keeps himself entertained and likes to hang out with his owner.

The British Shorthair is an excellent family companion due to their easygoing personality and tenderness. Pet owners are attracted to the British Shorthair because of their medium to large size. As seen in the video, Henry is obviously well-fed by his owner.

Full of British reserve, the British Shorthairs pride of having the manners of a proper preparatory school boy and not of a diehard soccer hooligan. But this does not imply that they are cold and reclusive animals. They are adored by animal lovers for being affectionate and attached to the people who own them.

Though British Shorthair’s energy level peaks during kittenhood, Henry’s playfulness shows that he is not yet ready to settle down. His goofiness is evident in his moments with his owner. Henry is a teddy bear-like feline who has chipmunk cheeks that make him adorably cuddly.

Henry’s clumsiness is also featured in the video especially when he is playing with his toys. Unlike other breeds, the British Shorthair is not known for being acrobats.

More mature British Shorthairs like Henry are usually couch potatoes. However, this does not relate to laziness. Almost two-thirds of their time is spent on sleeping. Henry’s activeness is at its peak while the sun is rising and setting. As an indoor pet, Henry has likely adapted his schedule to those of his owner.

The British Shorthair is reported to have longer lifespans with proper care. But these cats’ food intake should be properly monitored. They might develop a weight problem easily and become obese.

Henry the British Shorthairimage – https://www.youtube.com/embed/1fxZ1Ehkdeg

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