Ragdolls: America's top cat breed with their fluffy coat, stunning blue eyes, and gentle nature. They go limp when held, making them irresistible.
Maine Coons: America's gentle giants, second most popular breed. Originating from Maine, known for their size, polydactyl paws, and stunning coats.
Exotic Shorthair: Popular short-haired Persians. Low-maintenance fur, weekly brushing. Adorable pinched-face, googly-eyed fluffballs.
Persian Longhair: Fluffy ancestors of Exotic Shorthairs. Cartoon cat fame. Long-standing domesticated breed with a history dating back to Persia.
Devon Rex: Stand-up-eared, short-haired cuties. Adorable and divisive appearance. Affectionate, intelligent, and full of energy. Keep you entertained and on your toes.
British Shorthair: Popular low-maintenance breed. Teddy bear appearance. Stout, dense coat, wide face. 'British blue' color with amber eyes.
Abyssinian: Popular American breed. Slender, elegant form. Originated from Ethiopia. Playful, human-loving. Warm brown, ticked tabby coat, army-green eyes.
American Shorthair: Common breed in the US. Originated from European cats. Skilled mouse hunters. Domesticated since Ancient Egypt.
Scottish Fold: Common house cat breed. Loves hanging out with humans. Famous for folded ears due to genetic mutation. Affectionate and playful.
Sphynx cats: Divisive hairless breed. Also called Canadian Sphynx. Developed through selective breeding. Playful and adored by pet lovers.
Scottish Folds are affectionate cats with unique folded ears. They enjoy cuddling, have quirky sleeping positions, and love interactive toys to showcase their intelligence and agility.