American Curl cats have curly-cue ears and are extroverted and adaptable. Their ears gently curl backwards a few days after birth.
American Shorthairs, considered worker cats, make great pets. They're calico and tortoiseshell. Tabbies usually have broad stripes.
British Shorthairs love afternoon tea—you drink, they recline. These gentle cats have thick, dense coats in calico or golden tabby patterns.
Meet a curly-haired cat! These goofballs want to play. They're tabby, calico, or tortoiseshell. Cornish Rex cats are attentive and eager due to their prominent ears and cheekbones.
Devon Rex cats may seem grumpy, yet they're affectionate, gregarious, and like to play. Trick-training may challenge their wits! Their curly or wavy coats might vary throughout time.
Persian cats were bred to produce Exotic Shorthairs with shorter, denser coats. They need less brushing but as much loving as Persians.
LaPerm cats have very curly fur! Some are born without hair or with straight fur that curls later. They always wear bright orange and red colours. Make time for play and bonding—they adore you.
Maine Coons are friendly, huge cats. Their long coats (deep red or vivid orange) keep them warm in winter. These gentle giants may be dangerous.
Because of their short, circular bobtails, Manx cats are joyous! Isle of Man worker cats are very devoted. Manx cats are orange, red, calico, tortoiseshell, and tabby.
Look at these tiny cats! They are bred specifically to have shorter legs, which means less climbing but just as much play.