Like their name suggests, American bobtails are known for their bobbed tails and longer hair. They can be playful, energetic cats, and can form strong bonds with people.
Birmans: social, playful cats with medium-length, mat-free coats. They are medium to large in size, and their coats come in various colors, often accompanied by vibrant blue, expressive eyes.
Himalayans: sweet, affectionate, and mild-tempered cats preferring calm environments. Lighter body with darker face and tail fur, resembling Persians.
Japanese bobtails: playful, social, slightly mischievous cats. Enjoy fetch, live 15-18 years. Medium-sized, rarely over 10 pounds. Various colors/patterns.
LaPerms: known for curly coats (long or short) ranging from waves to tight curls. Affectionate, close to owners. Enjoy human closeness, often found snuggling in laps.
Maine Coon: largest domestic cats, long shaggy fur, bushy tails. Sweet, social, often brown/orange tabbies. Vibrant eyes range from blue to green and gold.
Manx: medium to large cats, long/short hair, various colors/patterns. Notable for lack of tail. Smart, learn tricks, play fetch. Follow humans around, love snuggling.
Norwegian Forest Cats: gentle giants, up to 16 pounds. Active, love exploring. Friendly and social with owners, less so with guests. Independent, don't need excessive attention.
Persians: long-haired cats with round faces, short muzzles. Friendly, enjoy sunbathing. Males weigh 12+ pounds, females 8-12 pounds. Available in various colors.
Pixie-Bobs: friendly brown spotted tabbies, ideal housecats. Active, intelligent, great companions for adults and children. Long and short hair varieties.