The Abyssinian cat has a majestic appearance and is one of the oldest recognized breeds. This cat is distinguishable by its strong physique, arched neck, and huge ears.
In addition to its wild appearance, the American bobtail is regarded as kind, lively, and extremely intelligent.
The American curl isn't named for its length. Its happy-looking backward-curling ears inspired the name "Curl."
This cat's short hair comes in a variety of colors and patterns, as its name suggests. The American shorthair weighs up to 12 pounds and is packed with muscle.
This cat's wired coat varies in color and design. Upstate New York farm cats spontaneously mutated into the American wirehair.
This breed is less popular than the Siamese, which it resembles. Both individuals have a similar build, coloration, and dazzling blue eyes.
The majority of Bengals adore water, so they may enjoy watching you brush your teeth or even join you in the shower.
Long-haired and renowned for its silky coat, deep blue eyes, and white gloves or socks on each paw, the Birman is a distinguished by its silky coat and deep blue eyes.
The male British shorthair weighs up to 17 pounds and has a medium to the large body with a dense coat.