I will buy two purebred cats in about six months and then I wonder if you can buy two from the same litter.
In addition, if it then matters what gender it is on the cats.
I would also like to know if female cats are kinder than male cats?
Buying two cats from the same litter is very convenient. The kittens already know each other and find security in each other, especially when they come to a new environment (the new home).
Gender: Either two females, or one female and one male.
Male cats that are unneutered will in 99 cases out of 100 disagree with each other when they have reached sexual maturity.
If you want two male cats, you must neuter them in time, before they have time to “war” with each other.
Therefore, I think it is more appropriate with two females or one female and one male cat.
If they are not to be used in breeding – castrate them. The male cat can be very affectionate, in many ways more affectionate than a female cat. But all animals are personalities.
It also depends a lot on how much time you spend on your cats.
The more time you can set aside, the more affectionate cats you will have.
Applies to both the female cat and the male cat of course.