"In my assessment, the cat depicted is not a British Shorthair. It is most likely a domestic mix (domestic to Russia)."
--ZBrisk 15:38, January 25, 2007 (CST)
"it is extremely hard to find a picture of him without a knowledge of the Russian language" not true, google "happy cat" on images and youll find meany pictures of him. Funkid125 15:57, August 25, 2007 (CDT)
British Shorthair, wtf?
Is there any evidence that Happycat is British Shorthair? It looks more like Russian Blue to me, after all it's a russian cat food company that is using happycat. Internet Is Serious Business. --Choclit Reihn. Some stay quiet, others SHOOP DA WHOOP. 07:33, October 1, 2007 (CDT)
its obvious that he's a british short hair just by visual inspection. follow these links to an image of both types of cats:
happy cat and the british shorthair have these important traits in common: shape of face, shape of ears, and eye color. whereas happycat and the russian blue don't. -- Mikeycomicsinc 10:33, October 1, 2007 (CDT)
Happycat a Chartreux?
Note the "smile." I also know as an aside that Chartreux are in some places are not considered to be its own breed but a type of British Shorthair. If Happycat is a Chartreux, he is (at least in some places) a British Shorthair.