Ragdolls: Popular, affectionate pets who stick to their owners like glue. Taylor Swift owns one too! Find your cat soul mate in this legit breed.
Maine coons are well-known for their big size (the most famous among them have clocked in at 30 pounds!), but the reason they’re such a popular house cat breed is because of their friendly personalities
American shorthairs have long lifespans, so they’re a popular choice among families who want to give their kids a pet to grow up with
Depending on how much of a Swiftie you are, you might already be familiar with the ~elite cat breed~ known as Scottish fold
These kitties have a distinctive ombré fur that comes in four gorgeous shades. Somali thrive when they have a dependable person who pays a lot of attention to them, and they love to play as much as they’re here to cuddle.
Persian cats are so cute, they look like freakin’ stuffed animals but they’re REAL. They’re *the most* popular cat breed, both because of how beautiful they are and also thanks to their sweet personalities
Yes, Abyssinians are pretty, but don’t be so shallow! These kitties are popular because they’re geniuses. Abyssinians are super smart, and they’re one of the oldest cat breeds in the world. One important detail: Abyssinians aren’t the most cuddly cat breed
A Birman is easy to spot by its distinctive blue eyes as well as its sweet brown nose. They come in a variety of colors, but they’re all born white—they develop different-hued fur as they grow up
Exotics look a bit like Persian cats, but their hair is shorter. Plus, their little faces are slightly more squished, which just adds to the overall cuteness
Bengals are a great fit for dog moms looking to expand the fam. They aren’t bothered by pups, kids, or loud environments, as long as you introduce them to new things gently
Orientals can be a bit of a nuisance to their owners, but only because they’ll love you sooo much. They’re the type of cat that will lie on your laptop while you’re trying to get work done