The Persian or Persian Longhair is a popular pedigreed cat in North America. The first Persian ancestors arrived in Italy from Persia about 1620. T
Ragdolls are famous for their color point coats and blue eyes. They are large, muscular, and have a silky, semi-longhair coat. Ann Baker invented Ragdolls in the 1960s.
One of the largest cat breeds, the Maine Coon has the fluffiest coat! They have a bushy tail and thick, silky hair. They also have furry paws.
The Siamese-Persian Himalayan is fluffy. Their long, lustrous fur and dramatic neck ruff date back to the 1920s in India. This stunning Persian-Siamese hybrid gives them dazzling blue eyes and point colouring.
Northern European cats readily adapt to colder climates, including this popular breed. The Norwegian Forest Cat has a thick, glossy, waterproof topcoat, warm, woolly undercoat, and bushy tail to stay warm.
he Ragamuffin was separated from the Ragdoll. Breeders crossed Ragdolls with Persians, Himalayans, and other domestic long-haired cats to add additional colors and patterns. T
Also known as the “Sacred Cat of Burma”, the Birman is a lovely, long-haired, color-pointed cat breed. Birmans are stockier than Thai Siamese and have silky coats and white feet.
The Siberian Forest Cat, Russia's national cat, is strong and barrel-shaped. Long-haired, thick undercoats are whitish near the skin and deepen toward the ends.
The Somali, a recessive gene in Abyssinian cats, is a long-haired African cat. The Somali has a medium physique, robust and muscular with long legs and oval tufted paws.