Maine Coon cats are the largest domesticated cat breed, native to Maine, US. They have long, soft fur that requires regular grooming to prevent tangles.
Chausie cats are ancient hybrids, resembling wild kitties. They have short, thick coats, tufted ears, athletic bodies, and strong legs, reflecting their wild ancestry.
Norwegian Forest cats: thick coats, various colors, large bodies. Natural breed, healthy, can live up to 20 years. Official cat of Norway.
Ragdoll cats: popular and affectionate. Sparkling blue eyes, various coat colors. Laid-back and friendly with people and pets.
Siberian cats: Russia's national cat. Thick coats, big tails. Late bloomers, reach full size around 5 years. Solid build, prone to weight gain.
Savannah cats: hybrid of servals and domestics. Long legs, slender bodies, spotted coats. Large F1 hybrids reach 16 inches at shoulders. Earlier generations are bigger and more energetic.
American Bobtail cats: short tails, thick double coats. Fur ranges from medium to long. Various shades. Front legs shorter, slightly pitched forward.
Ragamuffin cats: stunning mix of Ragdoll, Himalayan, Persian, and domestic longhair. Young breed since the 1990s. Large, gentle, not suited for outdoors.
Bengal cats: Leopard Cat-domestic hybrids. Spotted coats, athletic builds. Curious, active, need stimulation. Love water, enjoy playing with faucets.
Persian cats: flat faces, compact bodies, long fur. Centuries-old breed. Famous for flat faces from genetic mutation. Relaxed pets, thrive in calm, loving environments.