Domestic Shorthair

Domestic Shorthair

 Domestic Shorthair is considered the “mutt” of cat breeds due to its mixed and unknown heritage.

American Shorthair

While American Shorthair cats enjoy snuggling on the couch, they’re also known as working cats—sturdy, muscular, and alert.

Domestic Longhair

Domestic Longhairs are simply cats with long hair and unknown ancestry. They are particularly common for this reason, as most cats are not purebreds

Maine Coon

Maine Coon

Maine Coons are characterized by their relatively large bodies and luxurious, heavy coats. Their sturdy, muscular stature gives them a regal presence.

Siamese Cat

Among the most distinct breeds, Siamese cats often sport a cream-colored coat with grey-brown paws and striking icy blue eyes.

Russian Blue

Russian Blue cats feature short, soft coats in shades of dark grey and silver. They may exhibit faint stripes but are mostly pattern less.

Ragdoll Cat

Large and fluffy, Ragdoll cats belong to the pointed breed category, characterized by lighter-colored bodies and darker faces, legs, tails, and ears.

Bengal Cat

The most notable feature of Bengals is their marbled coat, which is incredibly soft and accompanied by a muscular physique.

Bombay Cat

Bombay Cat

Bombay Cat

Bombay cats have a striking resemblance to panthers in their appearance. They were initially bred in the 1950s by crossing a domestic shorthair with a Burmese cat.

Persian Cat

Persian cats have stocky bodies with flat, slightly scrunched faces, which is one of the qualities that often draw people to them