The Ragdoll is considered to be a native kitty of the United States. It is said that they originated in California during the 1960s. The breed was created from a long-haired, light-grey cat named Josephine and a black cat
Ever wonder who the royal feline of the cat world may be? The Thai Siamese, of course! The Thai Siamese has enjoyed this luxurious and royal status for centuries.
Sphynx cats are known as extremely affectionate cats who love entertaining their families, and they treasure meeting new humans. These cats won't shy away or hesitate to demand your attention.
The Ragamuffin is a variant of the Ragdoll cat. It was established as a separate breed in 1994. Like the Ragdoll, they are notorious for their friendly and affectionate personalities and their thick, dense fur
Scottish Folds are captivating felines who carry of a distinctive feature of forward-folded ears and bare a reputation of being unusually loving companions. The folded ears of the breed are caused by an autosomal incomplete dominant mutation. Folds come in all coat colors,
The Persian’s exceptionally beautiful and graceful coat, chubby cheeks, expressive eyes and affectionate personality makes them one of the world’s most popular feline breeds of all time.
A hybrid of the Siamese and Burmese, Tonkinese cats are characterized by their lively, social nature and beautiful pointed coat patterns that can be comprised of four main base coat colors (natural, champagne, blue, and platinum)
This is a compact and heavily built cat breed originating from Thailand. They have short, dense and glossy coats that come in a variety of colors such as champagne, platinum and sable. This cat is famous for being strong, elegant and athletic.
The Birman, or famously known as the "Sacred Cat of Burma", is a strikingly gorgeous cat with a soft, silky coat, piercing blue eyes, and elegant, white "gloves" on their paws. The Birman is a docile and patient cat that doesn't cause a lot of trouble
Tipping the scales at almost 20 pounds, the Maine Coon is said to be one of the heaviest cat breeds out there. This strong, athletic cat is gentle-mannered, friendly and highly intelligent. Such a unique combination of characteristics led to their affectionate nickname "the gentle giant"