Cat Breeds

Discover more about these various cat breeds.

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Manx

Manx cats are not only friendly and playful, but they can also get along with kids, dogs, and other cats—what’s not to love?

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Mixed Breed

Can’t decide which cat breed would be perfect for your family? Maybe a mixed breed cat is just what you’ve been looking for.

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Persian

The popular Persian cat is an exquisite breed with long, silky hair you just can’t help but want to pet.

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Ragamuffin

Let’s learn more about these massive lap cats!

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Ragdoll

Learn more about this personable, puppy-like kitties who love to cuddle!

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Russian Blue

These green-eyed, blue-grey coated beauties are known for their perceptive and loving nature.

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Savannah

With ancestors coming straight from the African savanna, Savannah cats are wild both in their appearance and personality. Read on to learn more about these spunky cats.

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Scottish Fold

These delightful cats make for a perfect companion to practically any family.

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Siamese

Siamese cats are truly one of a kind. Read on to learn why so many people love these outgoing and softhearted felines.

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Siberian

These incredibly athletic cats make for very devoted companions too.

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Snowshoe

Snowshoe cats are smart, playful, beautiful, and unique—what’s not to love?

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Somali

Somali cats are vibrant and joyful. If you are looking for a cat that loves to play, explore, and has a sense of humor, then this may be the right fit for you.

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Sphynx

Affectionate, playful, and nearly hairless, Sphnyx cats are quite unique!

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Tabby Cat

What is a Tabby cat? Learn about different fur patterns seen in Tabby cats and other fun facts about this feline friend.

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Tonkinese

Learn more about the unique history and characteristics of the lovable Tonkinese.

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Turkish Van Cat

Turkish Van cats are unique for more reasons than one. Learn all about their history, personality, and care-taking needs.

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