Most Popular Cat Breeds


Abyssinian Cat

The Abyssinian cat is clever, curious, and loves to explore. They enjoy impressing with their acrobatics and will keep you entertained with their playful nature.

American Bobtail Cat

These cats have an appearance that still resembles their wild cousins. They weren’t selectively bred by humans.

Bombay Cat

The Bombay cat has a pitch-black coat and a muscular body, resembling a miniature wildcat. Created by crossing Burmese and American Shorthair cats.

British Shorthair Cat

The British Shorthair is a cute and friendly cat with plush fur and a lazy nature. They make popular pets, but can be expensive to obtain.

Devon Rex Cat

Devon Rex cats are highly intelligent and can learn advanced commands. They have a unique natural mutation and were discovered in Devonshire, England.

Domestic Longhair Cat

The Domestic Longhair isn’t an official breed. Instead, it’s the term for any domestic cats of unknown origin.

Exotic Shorthair Cat

The Exotic Shorthair is a relatively new breed that was first developed in the 1960s. They were made to be nearly identical copies of Persians,

Himalayan Cat

Himalayans, similar to Persians, have a gentle temperament and easy-going nature. They are essentially Persians with Siamese colorations and markings.

Maine Coon Cat

Maine Coons, the largest house cats, are known as "gentle giants" due to their friendly and affectionate nature.

Joaquin Cortes

Norwegian Forest cats are curious and athletic, enjoying exploration and climbing. They have a strong physique but a gentle temperament.

Norwegian Forest Cat