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Persian cats: known as "smushed-face" or Iranian cats. Beautiful long fur coats, various colors. Flat-faced compared to other breeds. Movie stars.
Maine coon: impressive size, thick fur coat. Official cat of Maine, gentle giant. Skilled hunters, popularized as purebred in late 1970s. Highly popular breed.
Ragdoll cats: named for docile temperament, go limp when picked up. They can feel pain. Resemble long-haired Siamese with pointed color patterns.
Leo and Sagittarius: high passion, shared zest for life. Encouraging, goal-oriented partners. Fire signs with profound understanding, easy compatibility.
Bengals: wild-looking cats with jungle-like markings. Domesticated but retain a wild appearance.
Abyssinian cat: from Ethiopia (formerly Abyssinia). Distinctive ruddy agouti coat, tall ears, wedge-shaped head, slender and muscular body.
Birmans: color-pointed cats with blue eyes, medium-long coat, and no undercoat. Different from Persians and Himalayans.
Oriental shorthair: slender cat resembling Siamese. Different breed with green eyes, diverse color patterns, and possible long hair.
Sphynx cats: no fur, non-shedding. Unique appearance, social and active. Playful and goofy, despite regal look. Lap cats with a touch of royalty.
Devon Rex cats: wavy, soft short hair, slender bodies, enormous ears. Playful, active, described as "a monkey in a catsuit." Heart-stealing liveliness.