Tiniest Cat Breeds All Over The World

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#10. Abyssinian

The Abyssinian is one of the oldest cat breeds in the world. Archaeologists have even found what they think are mummified Abyssinians in ancient Egyptian tombs.

#9. Khao Manee

Khao Manee was once only raised to be pets for the king and queen of Thailand. In fact, it wasn't until 1999 that the first Khao Manee cat left Thailand.

#8. Burmilla

Burmilla cats are affectionate and ideal family pets. They're Burmese-Chinchilla Persian hybrids with short and semi-long coats.

#7. Tonkinese 

These friendly, active cats are known for their beautiful aqua-colored eyes and silky-soft coats. They also like to be involved in everything their owners do.

#6. Somali

The Somali cat looks athletic and naughty, which is a good indicator of its personality: it is friendly, smart, curious, and very active.

#5. Havana brown

The Havana brown cat is a beautiful animal with a short, dark brown coat and bright green eyes.

#4. British shorthairs

The British shorthair cat has round eyes, a round head, and a fluffy body. This makes him look a little shy and curious until he gets to know you.

#3. Bengal

The Bengal cat is a cross between an Asian leopard cat and a domestic cat. Its wild roots give it a lot of energy and a strong personality.

#2. Sphynx

At first, these hairless cats might turn away potential owners because of how they look, but their personalities will soon win them over.

#1. Bombay

Bombay cats are friendly and sociable, accepting both humans and other animals into their homes with open arms.

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