cat breeds and their personalities

Persian cat

The Persian cat, a popular and recognizable breed, has a long history dating back to the 17th century. Its unique round head, chubby cheeks, and big eyes are the result of selective breeding.

Maine Coon

The Maine Coon, a native New England breed, was once a popular farm and ship cat. Their adaptable and good-natured personality makes them great companions. With a strong mouser trait, they'll keep your home rodent-free.


Ragdolls are a relatively new breed, but are highly intelligent and trainable. They enjoy people and love cuddles, living up to their name by collapsing in your arms. They also prefer to stay on the same level as people, rather than up high.


Siamese cats demand human interaction and affection. They're very fond of people and expect to be waited on when they call. While sophisticated and charming, they're not suited for on-the-go individuals or homes that don't allow pets.

British Shorthair

The British shorthair, popularized in pop culture, is a mellow and easy-going breed that has been a pedigree favorite since Victorian times. They love affection but won't whine incessantly for attention. A perfect addition to any family.

Exotic Shorthair

Exotic shorthairs are a crossbreed between Persians and American shorthairs, with an easy to care for coat. They have the same personality as the Persian but come with health concerns due to their breeding.


 The Abyssinian lives life to the max, climbing higher and playing harder than other cats. They're intelligent, entertaining, and love to play!


Tonk cats are affectionate and active pets, demanding attention and following their humans around. They're not your typical aloof cats and will gladly join in on family activities or sit on your shoulder.


Bengals are active, intelligent and confident cats, with a muscular body and playful personality. They love to learn tricks and play games. Providing them with plenty of toys is crucial, as they can become destructive if bored.