The exotic shorthair cat is known as a low-maintenance version of the long-haired Persian cat. This cat breed loves attention and is extremely loving. The nickname for this cat is the cuddly teddy! Pet parents fall in love with the cat's flat face and full cheeks.
This breed is a fan of gentle petting and warm laps. The American Burmese is devoted and always wants human company. This breed is a lovely family pet, and a reputable breeder may answer questions about this cat's temperament.
The Siamese is the most extroverted of all cat breeds! This feline is vocal, intelligent, full of energy, and an excellent family pet. Pet parents describe a Siamese as a cat with a giant ego and warmhearted.
The British longhair is known as the 'lowlander' in the U.S. This breed makes an excellent companion and is calm, easy-going, with a happy disposition. The long, flowing coat needs regular brushing!
The Abyssinian is a loyal, loving, and big-hearted cat. The breed likes an active life and human company through the day. There are many stories about the Abyssinian's relation to sacred cats in Egypt.
This breed is friendly by nature and always wants to be the center of family gatherings. The Bengal is affectionate and needs a family capable of managing its curious and playful personality.
Munchkin cats are active with short legs! The cat is known for his zest for life, is extremely social, and can run fast. The breed, fortunately, escaped spinal problems associated with short legs in dogs like the dachshund.
The Balinese is a highly social cat and sensitive to his owner. This breed is a long-haired version of the Siamese cat. Breeders of the Balinese highlight the cat's outgoing personality and constant curiosity.