British Shorthair Cat Review after 3 years

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Cedric & Ada Gear and Outdoors : Check out his friend Lemons review here: https://youtu.be/S1KJQgwddKc

Steve b : Basil looks as if he has swallowed another British shorthair cat 🤪

Lauren Denham : C H O N K Y B O I

@1ICHIR0 : look at this boy...... An absolute unit

Vika Blaire : He t h i c c

Brad Minor : Did I really just watch a full review on a cat... yes I believe I did haha

Kent Löfgren : You can not go wrong, with a british shorthair

trav v : Look at this fatcat. Probably rolling in pools of cash and gold coins. Probably eating caviar by the boatload. Basil "moneybags" the Cat.

BirdShot IV : Basil is SOOOO COOL!

Johana Melendez : wow what a good chunky friend 11/10

Paris Hilton ASMR : I guarantee u were sent this cat in PR and paid 60000$ to do this review

Nick Shabazz : But is he a gem?

AmyTae : Okay but I laughed at your thumbnail for like 10 minutes

addie : My summer body inspiration

Yang Guan Tang : What about an unboxing video?

Frederique Plante : stumbled upon his video in my recommended and I’m crying of laughter this is legendary this made my day what a good thicc boi

dangerous faggot : he looks like he wants to die but arent all cats look like they want to die

Mike Likes Knives : The things you do to him during this video is priceless. He doesn't seem to mind at all.👍

tyg : the healthy range for a male British Shorrhair is actually 4-8 kg. 9kg is overweight and it's going to result into bone problems later in life. Quite sad to see this.

M M : Basil is really cute, but also overweight.

Shin Uchiha : Look at that fluffy BIG BOY

Jikky O. : Can I PLEASE bury my face in this BIGGGG BOIIIIII

Christian Lionel : I love British Blues too. Not to sound negative or anything but only this year did I realise the truth about breeder's who sell cats, dogs etc. There's really no such thing as a good breeder. It is all a business for those people who sell cat's and dogs for money. Basically I worked in a vet's for my work experience and different breeders come in everyday. They deliberately make female pedigree cats become pregnant over and over suffering. Once they can no longer give birth the breeders will have them put to sleep. Essentially it is a business and anyone who pays for a cat or dog instead of rescuing the many who really need love and care ought to think twice. Now a lot of people who want a cat or dog are unaware of this so of course it's not your fault. Just know that in future before adopting a pet.

Zoom Zooms : Basil is obese, do him a favour and put him on a diet.

Red rum1 : Basil is one handsome cat.

Kitty Powerpaws : E X T R A T H I C C B O I

Glenn056 : Basil tested to the MAX

Kimm 65 : Bazil's an adorable fluffy pudgy thumper.

YetAnotherGearChannel : This is a perfectly informative, interesting and entertaining video about a cat. Don't get why people lose their mind about the word 'review'. I'm usually a dog guy, cause most cats I've met were pretty distanced, if not hostile. But this cuddly grey furball would make a great addition the cuddly black furball I already have (bulldog). Have fun with your shorthair :)

simon koll : I'm feeling a strong 8 to a light 9

Surago : A thousand dollars? You sir, are how do they say? Rolling in the dough. I prefer my cats free, from the wild. My newest one came with two bad wheels. Your 1000 dollar cat doesn’t run from you for some expensive reason, mine doesn’t run from me because when it tries it falls over......

Mark Crupi : curious how many time Basil could cut thru sisal rope before becoming dull on held paper?

mythsheep : you have a premium cat

EpicSnuggleBunny : Did you really just assume Basil's gender without asking him!?!?

Loulou La Petite Renarde : I paid £4000 to bring my cat from Portugal to the UK . He was a stray living in the street so it was money very well spent .....

Turtle Tots Gaming : I find that almost every male British short hair cat is just like Basil. We used to have one but he sadly died :( now we have three female ones and they are not even nearly as friendly as the male ones have been for me. I would personally recommend getting a male British short hair :D

Craiu Irinel : Please put him on a diet otherwise it is very possible to shorten it's life. Basil is beautyfull!

Arbiter : Male Brits are the absolute bestest cats (!) As you can see in this video . . . you can handle them a lot and they're not only okay with it but even enjoy the attention. One thing: it's true that they are great family cats . . . IF they grow up in a family. But they're also very loyal to just ONE person . . . if that is the situation they grow up in. My four year old (second Brit that I've had . . .) and I have always lived alone with rare visits from outsiders. And he's not too enamored of visitors . . .

ellie c : rotund

Alexandria McKie : ok but at 2:08 the cat’s foot goes inside that shoe.

A A : I have a 3 yo British shorthair. I thought he was fat... Then I saw yours !

Charlotte Q : Its also imperative to know that they have zero road sense. The breeder we got ours off was at great pains to implore us to be very careful about letting them outside. Unfortunately, we learnt that lesson the hard way :( Our boy escaped the house when one of the kids let him out of the back door. Sadly, he was hit by a car. It was devastating. We haven't been able to bring ourselves to replace him yet, but please be aware, they are very, very stupid when it comes to cars and roads. My friend also lost one to a car. I'd say they're much better suited to be just 'indoor' cats as well. Apart from the heartbreak, its also a lot of money to lose. :(

Felicia Meow : If you need a cat sitter, send him here to Vancouver Canada and I'll worship that kitty

WATWASTHEREASON REASON : Look at this THICC fluffer 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍😍

Christian Andrew : Thanks for the review! The Amazon reviews were 3.5 stars so it’s nice to see a personal review before I jump! I hope they deliver it with prime!

John Waddington : A bit thick behind the edge, ha ha, our cat is the total opposite in every way and a genuine English "moggy",, Great review,,,,

Dire : A little big for daily carry? We had a ragdoll cat. She was the runt of her litter and never weighed much more than 3kg. She was a fairly typical cat in the sense that everything had to be on her terms, and most of the time she had little interest in physical contact, but she was also well behaved & never jumped people or anything like that. Generally she would either be sleeping or hyperactive, whereas Basil seems to like to waddle around a lot kinda like a dog. Ragdolls are known for being pretty floppy when picked up & I guess that was true although she would get annoyed & squirm free pretty quickly. She had a lot of kidney trouble later in life which could cause her pain & she had to be put down suddenly after developing a blood clot in her kidneys that moved to her brain

F Z : basil is so fluffy

Yasmin Osborne : I've had three shorties and they're the best. My first cat was a Basil too. He's beautiful, maybe a bit too big if you don't mind me saying, just like my Basil! BSH's are a bit prone to being overweight, especially being an indoor cat. I'd cut back on his food a little gradually to help his overall health as he's still a young cat. Enjoy your beautiful boy. X

Brad Griffin : I know without looking that I'm not the first to ask this: I see Basil is left or right side carry, but what about tip down/up? Oh, and I really enjoyed this review. The blanket Christmas present is an awesome thing. Now you have me thinking.