The Lykoi is also called the "werewolf cat" because it has sparse white and black fur and only some hair on its body.
Singapura cats came from the streets of Singapore, as their name suggests, and are now considered a national treasure.
Siamese cats and Balinese cats are related by just one gene, so it makes sense that they both have beautiful blue eyes.
This mix of Siamese, Abyssinian, and domestic shorthair is one of the most talkative cats. If they want your attention, they'll meow loudly.
Cornish rex cats look strange because they have big ears, whiskers that curl, wavy coats, and oval-shaped heads.
Even though the LaPerm cat doesn't go to a groomer very often, its wavy, ringleted coat looks like it was done by a cat stylist.
The American curl cat has tufted ears that point backward instead of the usual triangular ears that stand straight up.
The Japanese bobtail is known for its short tail, which is caused by a genetic change and is thought to bring good luck.
Turkish Angora cats, unlike many of the other breeds on this list, are a natural breed. They weren't bred to look or act a certain way.
In its home country of Thailand, the Korat is seen as a sign of luck and prosperity. It is a bit quieter than its Siamese cousin, but it is just as smart.