Ragdoll cats: Bred for affectionate companionship. Lovable and low-maintenance. Follow humans around, greet warmly, play fetch. Great with kids and other pets, ideal for families.
Scottish Folds: Unique folded ears due to mutation, bred for their look. Affectionate, social, dislike solitude. Not ideal for busy owners. Great for those with time to spare.
Sphynx cats: Hairless, seek warmth from humans. Bright, extroverted, love cuddles. Like living hot water bottles, cuddle at night and perch on laps during the day.
Maine Coons: Native to America, mysterious history. Vikings' companions? Not raccoon mix. Social, affectionate to all ages, love family involvement. Great hunters, highly intelligent.
Persians: Popular in North America, elegant with long coats. Calm, affectionate, not very energetic. Enjoy lounging on the couch, content with ear scratches and gentle human contact.
Siamese cats: Vocal and social, love long conversations. Distinctive masked look, striking pale blue eyes. Popularity due to looks and affectionate personalities.
Bombay cats: Rare in North America, dedicated following. Loving, people-oriented. Sleek black coat, striking copper eyes. Clever, cute, and cuddly—once you meet one, you'll be hooked.
Tonkinese: Bred for affection, intelligence, and less vocal than Siamese. Siamese x Burmese cross. Aka Tonks, friendly, active, and exceptionally affectionate. Crave attention and will demand it.
American Shorthair: Common US housecat due to affectionate nature and diverse coat colors. Adaptable, ideal for families and busy lifestyles. Love attention, not demanding.
Birmans: Stunning with blue eyes and silky coat, exude elegance. People-oriented, adaptable to any home. Friendly with all, including other pets. Playful with any companions, regardless of breed.