Ragdolls: affectionate, low-maintenance companions. Follow you, greet you, play fetch. Great with kids and pets. Perfect for families seeking a lovable addition.
Scottish Folds: unique folded ears due to a natural mutation. Breeders selected for this trait. Affectionate, social cats who dislike being alone. Not suitable for those away often.
Sphynx cats: hairless and need warmth. Bright, extroverted, and love human interaction. Cuddle companions providing warmth. Perch on laps and snuggle under covers.
Maine Coons: American natives, mysterious origins. Not raccoon mix. Social, affectionate cats. Love being part of family life. Skilled hunters, highly intelligent.
Persians: popular, beautiful, calm cats with long coats. Not very energetic, prefer lounging. Enjoy ear scratches and gentle human contact for contentment.
Siamese cats: social and vocal, known for masked look and pale blue eyes. Popular worldwide due to their striking appearance and affectionate nature.
Rare in North America, Bombay cats have a devoted following. Loving, people-oriented. Striking black coat, copper eyes. Clever, cute, cuddly—once you meet one, you'll be hooked.
Tonkinese cats: loving, intelligent breed created by crossing Siamese and Burmese. Affectionate, active, and less vocal than Siamese. Demands attention.
American Shorthair: common, affectionate housecat in the U.S. Adaptable, great for families. Likes attention but doesn't demand it. Content to lounge in the sun alone.
Birman cats: stunning with blue eyes and silky coat. Elegant, people-oriented, and adaptable. Friendly with all, including other pets. Playful with companions of any breed.