The Abyssinian is agile, affectionate, and athletic. They're smart and like tricks and heights. Not lap cats, but love petting and brushing. Compatible with other animals and living situations.
The active, chatty Balinese is a longhaired Siamese cat. They're curious and can learn tricks. Puzzles, teaser toys, and a cat tree provide lots of stimulation. If bored, they can be mischievous.
Bengals are intelligent, athletic cats with a wild appearance and a love of play. They require plenty of space and mental stimulation and are so agile that they can turn on switches and reach into drawers!
Burmese cats are playful, friendly, and trainable. With early training, they can do tricks and walk on a leash. To stay happy and out of trouble, they need companionship.
Cornish Rex cats are active, friendly, and resemble dogs. They have a wavy coat and can open doors and cabinets. Child safety locks are advised.
The Havana brown cat breed is a rare, intelligent, and chatty cat with a silky, chocolate-colored coat. They are curious, moderately energetic, and enjoy interactive toys.
The Korat is a rare Thai good luck breed. They are intelligent and attentive, and they enjoy interactive games and naps. They are easily trained, can learn tricks, and adore their toys.
Savannahs are rare and exotic hybrids of domestic cats and wild African servals. It needs space, interaction, and stimulation. It loves climbing and exploring, so protect breakables!
The Siamese cat breed is well-known for being intelligent and affectionate. Keep them entertained with puzzle toys, cat trees, and lots of love. If they are left alone for too long, they may become bored and mischievous.
The playful Singaporean Singapura is rare in the US. They like to climb and participate in human activities. They play piano and chase balls. Give them vertical space for mischief.