Known for its fluffy coat, flat face, and fondness of lounging down for extended hours, the Persian cat has been referred to as “furniture with fur.”
Ann Baker, a Persian/Angora breeder, created the ragdoll in the 1960s. However, this fluffy, soft-furred breed has won hearts everywhere!
Siamese cats, one of the oldest cat breeds, are known for being chatty, lively family members. They are mentioned in Thai writings from 1350 AD.
The Maine coon, known as "the dog of the cat world," is affectionate and huge.
Sphynx cats are among the most attractive cat breeds. The sphynx's droopy, wrinkled skin and lack of hair make it sociable, but others find it unattractive.
The Abyssinian, with its slender physique, gracefully arched neck, short hair, and large ears, is one of the oldest cat breeds and connected to Ancient Egyptian pets.
A Burmese cat may need a window perch. These curious cats spend hours observing the world! They also like people of all ages, making them good family pets.
Scottish folds' name is obvious. This Scottish cat has ears that fold forward and down like many dog breeds.
Birman cats are descended from Buddhist temple cats in Burma (now Myanmar) who were revered as enlightened soul bearers.