The Devon Rex is a relatively newer breed of cats, discovered by accident in the region of Devonshire, England, in 1960 and has been called many things: a pixie cat, an alien cat, a cat that looks like an elf — or a bat. It is also known to behave more like a dog than like a cat.
Abyssinians, elegant and regal, with expressive features resembling ancient Egyptian cats. Lively, affectionate, and curious, they make ideal pets for cat lovers.
Sphynx, a hairless wonder with big ears and eyes. Born in Canada in 1966, it's a rare, in-demand breed. Energetic, playful, and loving, but not suited for outdoor living.
Scottish Fold cats have sweet, owl-like appearance due to their folded ears. Easy-going, loving, and friendly, they form strong attachments to one family member.
American Shorthair, "America’s breed," brought by early settlers. A family favorite, top 10 cat breed. Even-tempered, intelligent, mellow, and great with pets and children. Ideal for working families
Maine Coon cats: North America's oldest breed, intelligent, playful, and lovingly called "gentle giants." Shaggy coats, dog-like behavior, easy to train.
Persian cats: gentle, affectionate, and popular among cat fanciers. Ancient breed with sweet faces and thick fur. Regular grooming is essential for a clean and healthy coat.
British shorthair: Roman origins, crossbred with Persians. Popular in TV, movies, books. Recognizable in Whiskas ads and famous roles like "Winston Churchill" in Pet Sematary.
Ragdoll cats: Easygoing, affectionate, "puppy-cats" for their dog-like traits. Seek human companionship, good with kids and pets, trainable like dogs.
Exotic cat, America's top breed for 3rd year, crosses Persian & American Shorthair. Short, dense coats, sweet, playful personalities. Affectionate & loyal companions, follows owners around