Birman cats are gregarious, amusing, and curious. Their peaceful disposition makes them a suitable option for homes with dogs. They are originally temple cats from Burma.
Abyssinians may have come from Southeast Asia and were employed as ship micers. They prefer living with dogs and are energetic and daring.
Bombay cats, who were developed in the 1950s by breeding American Shorthairs and Burmese, are flexible, loving, domineering, and curious.
The American Shorthair breed, favoured for mousing on farms, arrived in America around 1620 on Pilgrim ships. flexible, easygoing, gregarious, and dog-friendly.
The pleasant and docile Norwegian Forest Cat enjoys warmth, water, playing with dogs, and hiding from outsiders. They are bred to withstand harsh winters.
Since the 1800s, Maine Coons have kept pests away from fields and ships. Slow to develop, loving but not demanding. be friendly to animals.
The Ragdoll is a relaxed cat breed that gets along well with dogs. They enjoy unwinding, have a lovely coat, and blue eyes.
Siberian cats have thick waterproof coats for harsh weather because they are native to subarctic Siberia. They are now flexible, entertaining, and ideal for homes with multiple pets.
Japanese Bobtails are active, talkative, and adore the water. They also like the companionship of other dogs. They are a well-known luck symbol in Japan.
Tonkinese cats, a combination of Siamese and Burmese breeds, are gregarious and affectionate. They benefit from canine company, enjoy making new pals, and desire attention.
Since cat shows, the British Shorthair cat breed has gained popularity. They are easygoing and unafraid of dogs. They are capable of handling puppies and are not demanding.