How pretty is that fur, let alone those eyes? I’m in love! These cats are pretty well-known for their docile, affectionate nature! They tend to go limp when you hold them, making them the perfect snuggle buddy when you need to rest after a long day’s work.
Considered one of the largest cat breeds, it should come as no surprise they feature on our list of cats with thick tails. This muscular, long-haired breed has an undeniably friendly, chirpy, playful nature. Maine Coon cats love human company and are also fond of spending time outdoors.
This dapper Birman looks so handsome in his bow tie! Did you know that this cat is the “Sacred Cat of Burma”? That’s right. Many folklore stories indicate that the Birman cats were associated with temples in Burma
So much fluff! Maine Coon’s are just balls of fur. They’re also one of the oldest domestic breeds in North America and have very keen hunting skills!
The true queen of all furry cats. Also called the Shirazi cat, its ancestors date back to around the 1600s! Persian cats are known for their long plush coats and medium-sized build.
Just a fuzzy kitty soaking up the sun! Breeders created this breed to be a shorter hair version of the Persian by adding American Shorthairs and Burmese cats to the gene pool.
The laziest ball of fluff we’ve ever seen. The Siberian cat is the national cat of Russia! Even the coat characteristics (guard hair, down hair, and awn hair) show that this cat adapted to the region’s climate.
This cutie could pass for a young fox with that tail! This fluffball actually came about through a recessive gene of Abyssinian cats! They originated from Somalia, a country bordering Ethiopia, where the Abyssinian cat originated from.
How comfy does this kitty look? This kitty is identical to the Persian, except they have blue eyes. That’s because they are a cross between a Persian cat and a Siamese cat.
Dating back to the first century AD, where they were kept for their hunting skills, British Shorthairs are an ancient breed that has maintained its popularity over the centuries.