Siamese cats are friendly and talkative, and they have blue eyes and a face mask that makes them stand out. Their popularity came from the way they looked and how friendly they were.
People in North America like Persians because they have beautiful long coats, calm personalities, and love to lounge around. They are happy with ear scratches and soft touches.
Because Ragdoll cats are so friendly, they make great, low-maintenance pets. They follow their owners, say hello to them, and play games like "fetch" with them. Great pets for families that are good with kids and other animals.
Due to a natural mutation, Scottish Folds have characteristic folded ears. They are gregarious and affectionate, but they require a lot of attention and may not be suitable for people who are always on the go.
Maine Coons are American cats whose origins are unknown. They are affectionate and gregarious, and they enjoy being a part of family life. Great hunters who are also intelligent.
Sphynx cats require warmth due to their lack of fur. They are gregarious and enjoy human interaction, making them excellent snuggle companions. As if it were a living hot water bottle.
Birman cats are graceful and gorgeous, with blue eyes and a silky coat. They're quite adaptive, get along well with humans and other pets, and like playing.
American shorthairs are popular housecats in the United States, recognized for their friendly demeanor and adaptability. They have a variety of coat colors and enjoy being seen, yet prefer to relax in the sun.
Tonkinese cats were developed by mixing Siamese and Burmese. Affectionate, friendly, lively, and smart. Less vocal than Siamese, but as demanding.
The Bombay cat is a people-oriented cat with a black coat and copper eyes that is rare but beloved in North America. They are irresistible because they are clever, attractive, and cuddly.