Not only are Persians one of the most popular cat breeds, but they also share this position on Stacker's list of the biggest cats.
This slim, short-haired cat is robust and durable. The Oriental possesses a powerful physique with long, tapering lines and wide, pointed ears.
Devon Rex, notorious for its big ears and eyes, completes the three-way tie. Their faces are described as having elfin features, a medium-fine frame, and a distinctively undulating coat.
This fluffy-coated cat with blue eyes has a confusing origin story, but the first Birmans came to the United States in 1959.
If you heard this cat's noisy meow, you may mistake it for a mouse. However, the "folded back" ears of the Scottish Fold make it appear more like an owl.
Born with or without a tail, the Manx is regarded as playful and affable, as well as sturdy and even jowly (thanks to their full cheeks).
The Burmese are deceptively small for the amount of weight they can carry. Burmese owners are frequently glued to their recliners by their affectionate, cuddly pet.
This medium-sized cat, which is not to be confused with the domestic shorthair, comes in a variety of colors and patterns.
This cat not only has a rich history stretching back to ancient Egypt, but it also has a long lifetime.
Similar to the Egyptian Mau in terms of weight, the Chartreux has a long history dating back to the 16th century. Their lifespan is shorter.