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Cat Breeds - List of Cat Breeds | Domestic Cats | Cute Cats

Cat Breeds

Cat Breeds

“A cat will be your friend but never your slave.”
-Theophile Gautier

Bengal Cat

Bengal Cat

The Bengal cat is a domestic cat breed created from hybrids of the spotted Egyptian Mau with the Asian leopard cat (a small wild cat).

American Wirehair

American Wirehair

The Wirehair cat is a medium-sized cat with heavy muscles and heavy boning. Its thick appearance and heavy when you pick.

Savannah Cat

Savannah Cat

The Savannah is a hybrid cat breed. It is a crossbreed between an African serval and a domestic cat. This cats have tall and slim body.

Persian Cats

Persian Cats

The origin of a Persian cat is still a mystery, It's commonly believed that Persian cats were originated in Mesopotamia, which was later named as Persia and is now modern-day Iran.

Maine Coon Cat

Maine Coon Cat

The Maine Coon cat is considered the only longhair belonging to the United States. These cats have a powerful muscular body and the strong legs.

siamese cat

Siamese Cat

The Siamese cat is one of the first distinctly identified breeds of Asian cat. This cat was originated in Siam, now known as Thailand, and was not exported until the late 19th century.

Munchkin Cat

Munchkin Cat

Munchkin cat or Sausage cat is recognized by its very short legs caused by a natural genetic variation. This cat is considered to be the original breed of dwarf cat.

Sphynx cat

Sphynx Cat

The Sphynx cat is a cat breed known for its lack of coat (fur). Cats with no hairs are a naturally occurring genetic variation. The breeding program began in 1966 in Ontario, Canada.

Ragdoll cat

Ragdoll Cat

The Ragdoll cats were first born in California in the 1960s. This cat breed is a result of a mating between a white Persian cat queen (female) and a Birman or Birman-type tom.

norwegian forest cat

Norwegian forest cat

The Norwegian Forest Cat's most distinguishing characteristic is their long, thick coat and large size. This cat's head is shaped like an inverted triangle, topped with heavily tufted medium-to-large ears.

Russian Blue Cat

Russian Blue Cat

Russian Blue cat is medium to large with an elegant, beautiful body and long, slim legs. The cats walk as if on tip-toes. The head is wedge-shaped with prominent whisker pads and large ears.

Siberian Cat

Siberian Cat

Siberian cat hails from Russia, where they are valued as a national treasure. These cats love their humans but are not shy around strangers.This cats are also known as Siberian Forest Cats or Moscow Longhairs.

Bombay Cat

Bombay Cat

The Bombay cat breed was developed by Nikki Horner a breeder from Louisville, KY, began developing the breed in the 1950s by crossing a sable Burmese with a Black American Shorthair.

Burmese Cat

Burmese Cat

Burmese cat are descendants of one female cat called Wong Mau, which was brought from Burma to America in 1930 and bred with the American Siamese.

Himalayan Cat

Himalayan Cat

Himalayan cat is a cross-breeding between the Persian and Siamese. The cat breeder Virginia Cobb along with Dr. Clyde Keeler of Harvard, began crossing the Persian with the Siamese.

Manx Cat

Manx Cat

Manx Cat has been originated on the Isle of Man off the coast of Britain. This cat may have hitched a ride on a ship to the island, spreading her genes upon her arrival.

Scottish Fold Cat

Scottish Fold Cat

All the Scottish Fold can trace her heritage back to a barn cat named “Susie”. This white cat with a unique folded ears, working as a mouser in a barn in the Tayside region of Scotland.

Turkish Van

Turkish Van

The Turkish Van breed originates from the area surrounding Lake Van in Turkey and has been domesticated there for hundreds of years. The Turkish Van’s coat is long, smooth and silky with no woolly undercoat.

Abyssinian Cat

Abyssinian Cat

The Abyssinian cat looks similar to the African wildcat. This cat breed can directly trace her roots to Nile Valley.

British Shorthair

British Shorthair

British Shorthair Cat is the oldest cat breed in England, this cat is thought to have descended from domestic cats imported from Egypt.

Somali Cat

Somali Cat

The Somali cat is the long-haired version of the Abyssinian. This longhair gene was introduced into the Abyssinian breed in the early 1900.

Singapura Cat

Singapura Cat

The Singapura cat was originated from Singapore and its name means Lion City, the local Malay name for their island.

Ragamuffin Cat

Ragamuffin Cat

Ragamuffin cats were created by Ragdoll owners who crossed the breed with other cats. This cat has a well-developed chin and the oval eyes in blue

Birman Cat

Birman Cat

The Birman cat is semi-longhaired with darker coloring to the points, face, legs, ears and tail, and a pale toning body color.