Top 10 Cat Breeds

 Devon Rex Cats

 The Devon Rex, a relatively new type of cat found by accident in Devonshire, England, in 1960, has been termed a pixie cat, extraterrestrial cat, elf cat, and bat cat. It acts more like a dog than a cat.

 Abyssinian cats

 Abyssinians have short, close-lying coats, wedge-shaped skulls, half-cupped ears, medium-length bodies, and well-developed muscles. They resemble Egyptian cats. 

  Sphynx Cats

 One of the latest cat breeds is the hairless, wrinkled Sphynx, with huge ears, eyes, and cheekbones. According to the CFA, Canada had its first Sphynx in 1966. 

 Scottish Fold Cats  

 Scottish fold cats love humans and other pets and are easygoing. This lively breed bonds with one family member. Scottish fold cats have a gentle voice and may "speak" in a variety of purrs and meows.


 American Shorthair Cats



 “America’s breed” is the American shorthair cat. Early European immigrants introduced these cats. Today, families love American shorthairs. 

 Maine Coon Cats

 Maine Coon cats, one of North America's oldest natural breeds, are recognized for their intelligence, playfulness, and size. "Gentle giants," they are one of the biggest domestic cat breeds.

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 Persian cats  


 Persian cats, the most popular breed among cat lovers, are peaceful, laid-back, lovely creatures of habit with charming cheeks and wide eyes.

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 British Shorthair  


 The Romans imported the British shorthair to England in the first century, where it co-existed and mated with wild cats. The British shorthair was then crossed with Persian cats to change its appearance and thicken its fur.

 Ragdoll cats

 Ragdoll cats are laid-back and affectionate. Ragdolls, commonly known as "puppy-cats," are one of the most loving cat breeds.

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