Category: Cat Breed Guides

Information and details about your favorite cat breeds. Health concerns, temperament, physical description — anything and everything you need to know before welcoming a specific breed of cat into your home.



Oriental Shorthair

The Oriental Shorthair is a beautiful cat that was bred from exotic parentage. They are lively, loving and dedicated to their families.

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Abyssinian

Abyssinians make excellent pets as they are very independent and well-mannered.

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Burmese

This very intelligent and affectionate cat breed does well with apartment and indoor living.

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Birman

The Birman is a cat breed with a sweet, tolerant, and friendly nature.

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Devon Rex

The Devon Rex is a cat with an ever loyal attitude. They can blend in well with big upbeat families as well as small ones.

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American Shorthair

The American Shorthair is a laid back cat breed that enjoys being indoors, and around family. This cat does well with either apartment living or home living.

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British Shorthair

The British Shorthair is an ancient cat breed that originated from the U.K. It is thought that this cat breed dates as far back as the first century AD.

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Pixie-Bob

The Pixie-Bob creates strong bonds with their adoptive families — one of the reasons they make such great therapy pets.

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Japanese Bobtail

The Japanese Bobtail thrives in environments where it is surrounded by adventurous and lively people.

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Siamese

Siamese cats are ideal for owners who crave companionship and affection. They are highly intelligent, hyper-vocal, and love staying active.

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Sphynx

Sphynx cats are energetic and play well with children and fellow pets.

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Arabian Mau

The Arabian Mau is a good choice for people who are looking for a lively, family-friendly sturdy cat with few health issues. 

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Chartreux

The Chartreux is an active, yet relaxed cat breed that needs lots of playtime.

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Savannah

The first Savannah cat was born in the 1980s as the result of crossbreeding between an African Serval and a domestic cat.

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Bombay

The Bombay is extremely friendly. This breed needs one-on-one time with its cat parents and does not do well alone all day.

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