The Persian cat, with its rich history and distinct features like round head, short face, and big eyes, remains a popular and recognized breed.
The Maine Coon, a native New England breed, was a popular farm and ship cat known for its good nature and excellent mousing abilities.
Ragdolls, a newer breed developed in the 1960s, are intelligent and easily trained. They love people and enjoy cuddling in your arms, staying close to ground level in the room.
Siamese cats are elegant and vocal, making them hard to hide in pet-restricted spaces. They demand attention, express opinions loudly, and require playtime.
The British Shorthair is an iconic, mellow breed seen in Shrek and Alice in Wonderland. Easygoing and low-maintenance, they make great family pets.
The Exotic Shorthair is a Persian-like breed with an easier-to-care-for coat. Bred in the 1950s, it has a similar look and personality but with less grooming needs. However, it is prone to health issues related to its facial structure.
The Abyssinian is an active and intelligent breed, known for their energetic playfulness. They are nicknamed Abby Grabby for their curiosity and love for toys.
Tonk cats are affectionate, active, and social pets. They crave attention and will happily join you in activities, even sitting on your shoulder.
The Russian Blue is an elegant, gentle breed that loves to play and observe from high places. They are loyal to their favorite people, following them around and even riding on their shoulder.
Bengals are agile, strong, and intelligent cats. They are confident, friendly, and talkative, but need plenty of toys to prevent boredom-induced destruction.
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.