Ragdoll cats are the most popular in America. Just look at their fur, eyes, and patterns! They go limp when picked up and are easy to love because of this.
Maine Coons are the second most popular cat breed in America. Maine's official state cat. Also known for having extra toes (polydactyl) for more agility.
The cute, squished-faced Exotic Shorthair cats are more popular than their Persian ancestor. Easy to keep up because it only needs to be brushed once a week.
The Persian Longhair (Exotic Shorthair) is #4 in popularity. They've been around since 1620, known for their long, fluffy coats! Without them, cartoon cats would be nothing.
Devon Rex: stand-up-eared cuties with short hair! Adorable, intelligent, and full of energy. Ideal for those who dislike being left alone.
The British Shorthair breed is well-known for its low-maintenance fur and teddy bear appearance. The pedigreed version of the traditional British domestic cat, with gray-blue fur and marble-like amber eyes.
The Abyssinian, a popular American cat breed with a short, elegant coat and army-green eyes that originated in Ethiopia, is ranked seventh. (formerly Abssinia). They're fun and loving, and they're a must-have!
American Shorthair cats were brought to NA by European settlers. Ancient Egyptians domesticated cats. (2000BC). Skilled at rat and mouse protection. Popular in US.
The Scottish Fold is a popular house cat, famous for its folded ears. It enjoys spending time with humans and has a genetic mutation that causes its ears to bend forward.
The Sphynx is a contentious, hairless breed that has been developed through selective breeding since the 1960s. Pet owners adore their playful personalities and appearance.