Q&A: Which cat race should I consider?

Question by Thomas: Which cat race should I consider?

I will soon move out of my parents house and move to Oslo, the capital of Norway. One of the things I’ve always wanted to do when I get my own place, is to get a cat. A cute, little cat I can adore.

The big question is: Which race should I consider?

One important detail is that I love tigers and how they look. Anything close (with stripes at least) would make my day.

Best answer:

Answer by Sophia Rosa
Norwegian Forest cat. They’re lovely :)

What do you think? Answer below!

Question by Amanda: What is your favorite character meal? Why? What’s your favorite part of them?
I’ve been to one (Chef Mickey’s) and it was the night before New Years Eve. I had a blast. The food was super good and it was nice having one on one time with the characters (even though it is just for a few minutes!). I’ve been to Cinderella’s Royal Table, but it was when I was about 5, so I don’t remember it much. We walked in and they had an extra table. Share your opinion and a story if you want!

Best answer:

Answer by sha_lyn68
Hands down, our favorite is the Winnie the Pooh Character meals at Crystal Palace (in the Magic Kingdom). The character interaction, food and service are always great

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

7 comments on “Q&A: Which cat race should I consider?

  1. Most cats are domestic shorthairs – ie they don’t have a breed – so this will be the easiest to find. From what you say you want to look for a brown mackrel (striped) tabby as that will look most like a tiger. Go to your animal shelter, they are bound to have one!

  2. I wouldn’t worry about race/breed. You can go to your local animal shelter and find a lot of homeless cats there that will have a tiger stripe pattern. There are orange tabbies, silver tabbies, all sorts of striped patterns that are out there.

    That is your best bet, and you will be saving a cat that might otherwise be killed (not sure if they kill animals in shelters like they do here in America, won’t get on my soapbox about that).

  3. We like the Princess Breakfast at the Norway Pavilion in Epcot. You get a picture with Belle and all the other princesses walk around while you eat. They do have food from Norway, but you also get heaping plates of eggs, bacon, sausage, and cheesy potatoes…as many as you like.

  4. personally i’d say my favorite is chef mickey’s. i like the classic characters and on sunday’s they have HAM!
    i enjoy crystal palace with the winnie the pooh characters cuz they have great food (a couple very unique things) and its not nearly as loud in there at chef mickey’s.
    and i like cinderella’s royal table for the atmosphere and the fact that you don’t feel rushed.

  5. My favorite character meal is with the Winnie the Pooh characters at the Crystal Palace. My family & I go here every time. The atmosphere is lovely & the food is great. The other characters meals we’ve enjoyed are:
    Chef Mickeys (Contemporary)-breakfast & dinner
    ‘Ohana’s (Polynesian)-breakfast
    Liberty Tree Tavern (Magic Kingdom)-dinner
    Cape May Cafe (Beach Club)-breakfast
    Cinderella’s Royal Table (Magic Kingdom)-breakfast
    Akershus (Norway, Epcot)-breakfast
    Hollywood & Vine (Disney’s Hollywood Studios)-breakfast
    Restaurantosaurus (Animal Kingdom)-breakfast. That used to be tons of fun. They have it at Tusker House now.
    Here’s a cute story I’ll share with you (well…as a mom, I think it’s cute. LOL)-We went to the character breakfast at the Cape May Cafe when our daughter was little. It was a lot of fun. As we were leaving, the manager gave our daughter a handful of pixie dust (multi-colored cut out dots from construction paper). He told her that when she got to the Magic Kingdom she should stand at the end of Main Street & blow the Pixie Dust towards the castle & her dreams would come true. She followed the instructions when we got to the MK. In the afternoon we stationed ourselves at the end of Main Street, to view the parade. This was for the 25th anniversary of WDW & they chose some children to participate in the parade (our daughter was chosen). As the parade stopped, the Cinderella float was in front of us. Our daughter walked up, to participate. Cinderella walked off the float & took our daughter’s hand & danced with her. As it was over, Cinderella brought our daughter back to us. Our daughter’s eyes were very wide & she said: “Wow, that Magic Pixie Dust really works!” We will never forget that precious moment.

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