Scottish Fold cats, named for their unusual folded ears and striking, yellowish-orange eye colors, these kitties just love to be around people.
Larger than your average cat, the Norwegian Forest Cat Breed are rather elegant kitties. They have long legs and bushy tails that are often as long as their bodies.
Turkish Angora cats are known for their long, silky coats which often becomes longest around the cat’s neck.
With a short tail, tufted ears and toes and a slightly short neck the American Bobtail cat breed screams cuddle me.
Burmilla cats are one of the cutest and cuddliest kitties you’ll find. These adorable sacks of fur bring together, in one sweet package, a mixture of the Burmese and Chinchilla.
The mischievous Devon Rex cat, also known as the pixie cat, is a loving and loyal feline breed.
A rare breed with a beautifully spotted coat, the Egyptian Mau cat is a historic breed.
This playful kitty maintains its playful instincts all of its life. They love to run, play fetch, answer the door, and more.
The Chartreux cat is known as one of the most polite breeds – not a word normally associated with cats!
The Peterbald cat is a strange little fellow. With hairless, grey-silver skin, a slanted face, and large pointy ears, this Russian cat breed has certainly earned its place on this list.