Most popular cat breeds in America

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#10. Highlander

Highlander is a cat who looks wild and likes to play. Highlanders are fun to play with and sleep well at the same time.

#9. Munchkin

This cat breed was started in the early 1980s when a teacher from Louisiana found two pregnant, short-legged cats under a car.

#8. African serval

Their rough style of play might not be good for families with young children. Some states in the U.S. make it hard to own them.

#7. Birman

The Birman's blue eyes and smooth, light-colored skin draw oohs and ahhs, which is suitable as Tsun-Kyan-Kse, a blue-eyed Asian deity, gave it its traits.

#6. Snowshoe

In a litter, the snowshoe's white-sock feet are easy to see. Dorothy Hinds-Daugherty, a Siamese cat breeder, found three kittens with white feet in one litter.

#5. Serengeti

Serengeti are tamed despite their exotic name. This Bengal-Oriental shorthair hybrid was bred to resemble African servals.

#4. Turkish angora

Turkish angoras are so revered that a zoo in Ankara, Turkey, breeds them for white coats and unusual eyes (one blue and another in amber.)

#3. Egyptian mau

Cat lovers have always had Egyptian Maus. A banished Russian princess saved their community, and papyrus and tomb paintings depict them.

#2. Ragdoll

In the 1960s, Californian Ann Baker raised ragdolls. One of the most loving, lively, and easygoing breeds, they have lovely blue eyes.

#1. Ragamuffin

Ragamuffins, like ragdolls, love cuddling. The ragamuffin's story began with California breeder Ann Baker.

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