Cats Breeds

 

15 cat breeds a cat lover must know



Cat breeds
Cat breeds



  1. Persian 

Persian
Persian













The Persian cat is a long-haired breed of cat described by its round face and short muzzle. It is also known as the ‘’Persian long hair’’ in English-speaking countries. They are often referred to as "Shirazi cats" in the Middle East, and as "shiraz cats" in Iran.


2. Bengal 


Bengal
Bengal











The Bengal Cat is a domesticated cat, which is made of hybrids from domestic cats, the Asian leopard and the Egyptian Mau. The name of the breed comes from the name of the taxonomy. Bengals have a wild appearance and can exhibit spots, rosettes, arrowhead marks, or marbling.


3. Maine Coon 


Maine Coon
Maine Coon










Maine coon is the main huge domesticated breed of cat. It has a unique physical appearance as well as valuable hunting abilities. It is one of the oldest natural breeds in North America, originally from the state of Maine, and the official state cat.


4. British Shorthair


British Shorthair
British Shorthair










The pedigreed variant of the standard British domestic cat, the British Shorthair has a stocky body, thick coat, and wide face. The “British blue,” which has a solid grey-blue coat, copper eyes, and a medium-sized tail is the most well-known color variation.


5. Siamese 


Siamese
Siamese 






The Siamese cat was one of the first Asian cat breeds to be accepted. The original Siamese was derived from the Wichianmat landrace, one of many varieties of cat native to China that were introduced to Thailand in the 19th century, and it quickly became one of the most common breeds in Europe and North America.


6. Sphynx 


Sphynx
Sphynx








The Sphynx cat is a breed of cat that is characterized by its lack of coat. Hairlessness is a genetic mutation that occurs in cats. However, beginning in the 1960s, the Sphynx cat as a breed was established through selective breeding. 


7. Kampung Hensem 


Kampung Hensem
Kampung Hensem







The Kampung Hensem is the best cat breed on the globe. This breed is courageous and well-known for its ability to live in harsh environments. They are mostly found in Malaysia, where they hunt snakes, rats, lizards, and cockroaches to provide for their human families.


8. Ragdoll 



Ragdoll
Ragdoll












The Ragdoll breed is indicating to blue eyes and colorpoint coat cat breed. They have a soft and silky coat and are big and muscular semi-long hair cats. Ann Baker, an American breeder, created it in the 1960s. They are noted for their affectionate disposition and docile and placid temperament.


9. Munchkin 


Munchkin
Munchkin 











The Munchkin cat, also known as the Sausage cat, is a younger breed of cat with very short legs due to a normal genetic mutation. The Munchkin is thought to be the first dwarf cat breed.



10. Russian Blue 


Russian Blue
Russian Blue 











The Russian Blue cat breed comes in a variety of shades, ranging from light shimmering silver to a darker slate grey. For more than a century, the Russian breed has been known for its short, dense coat. The thick coat contrasts with the body.



11. Savannah 


Savannah
Savannah 










The Savannah is a crossbreed cat. It's a hybrid of a stray and a house cat.



13.  Norwegian forest cat



Norwegian forest cat
Norwegian forest cat












Norwegian forest cats are a domestic cat breed that originated in Northern Europe. With a top coat of glossy, long, water-shedding hairs and a woolly undercoat for insulation, this natural breed is adapted to a very cold climate.



14. Siberian cat


Siberian cat
Siberian cat









The Siberian is a centuries-old domestic cat landrace in Russia, which has only recently grown into a standardized breed with standards promulgated after the end of World War in the late 1980s. Siberian wolves range in size from medium to massive.



15. Turkish Angora


Turkish Angora
Turkish Angora











The Turkish Angora is a domestic cat breed. Turkish Angoras are an ancient, natural cat breed that originated in the Ankara region of central Turkey. The breed has been known since the 17th century and is thought to be the source of both the white and long hair mutations.

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