Maine coon cats are the largest domestic cat breed, and they're known for their long, shaggy fur, distinguished features, and bushy tails.
The playful Cornish rex has a distinctive appearance—you can't miss those large eyes, bat-like ears, and short, curly hair! They also love to sprint and are avid climbers so get the cat tree.
This friendly, tailless kitty can have either long or short hair in a multitude of colors and patterns, including the classic tuxedo look. Manx are incredibly smart.
The elegant Oriental shorthair has a sleek body with large ears and almond eyes.
Persian cats come in many colors, like white, gray, orange, brown, and of course, the classic piebald black and white.
The name for Scottish fold cats comes from their signature folded ears, which lie close to their head.
Siberians are black-and-white cats with semi-long fur who are fairly large, weighing between 8 and 17 pounds.
These gentle giants can weigh up to 16 pounds, and enjoy jumping around and exploring your home. Norwegian forest cats are usually very friendly and social with their owners.