This shaggy, rugged cat, with its tufted paws and soulful eyes has charmed families for generations. Maine coons,
Intelligent, curious, and deeply loyal, the Abyssinian, which is one of the oldest cat breeds, adores people, but it’s more inclined to be near them than on their laps.
The person who dubbed dogs “man’s best friend” clearly never met a Birman. This friendly cat is affectionate, playful, and eager-to-please.
Not only is the Cornish rex one of the friendliest cat breeds toward humans, it’s also one of the friendliest with dogs and other pets.
The Devon rex reigns supreme as the most social of all breeds. This playful, fun-loving cat will insist on being at its human’s side, and doesn’t like it when they leave.
Large and loving, the ragdoll cat was bred for its relaxed nature—hence, its name, which applies to its tendency to go limp when held.
Owners say once you have a ragamuffin cat, you’ll never want another breed. Sweet, docile, and even-tempered, the ragamuffin gets along well with children as well as other pets.
Yes, they're as cute as their name implies. RagaMuffins grow to be fairly large, with male cats reaching up to 20 pounds—which means an impressive amount of fuzzy fur to snuggle up with.