The Maine coon, a large domestic cat, has a shaggy coat and voluminous tail. Though myths suggest raccoon ancestry, it's false. This affectionate breed is a gentle giant, perfect for families.
Ragdolls are named for their affectionate nature and tendency to go limp like a rag doll when held. Their origin is mysterious, with various theories, even CIA experiments.
The Norwegian forest cat, a wild-looking breed from Norway, is large and muscular with yellow eyes. Domesticated to be friendly, playful, and loyal companions.
Persian cats have a unique look with a squished face and long hair, making them appear larger than they are. Despite their size, they prefer a relaxed lifestyle and are less active than other breeds.
Chausie, an exotic cat, is large, intelligent, and highly active. Named after "felis chaus" for its jungle cat traits, it's fast, great at jumping, and craves attention.
Siberian cats are large, sturdy, and intelligent, adapted to harsh climates. Domesticated for affection and playfulness, they make wonderful house pets.
Savannah cats are hybrids of domestic cats and African servals, known for their exotic leopard-like appearance. Their classification indicates the proportion of wild genes they carry.
Distinctive bobbed tail, long hind legs, and hunting gaze set this domesticated house cat apart. Developed from stray cats with short tails, resembling bobcats.
Ragamuffin, closely related to ragdoll, is large, lovable, and mellow. Docile with a thick coat and friendly expression, similar to ragdoll but with larger, rounder eyes.
Bengal cats appear wild with an athletic body and patterned coat. Despite their jungle look, they are loving, friendly, and people-oriented, enjoying play and climbing.