The strong, shaggy Maine coon is a well-proportioned large domesticated cat. There are many stories of how this breed developed.
The ragdoll earned its name because of its docile, cuddly, and affectionate nature. Ragdolls collapse into their favorite person’s arms when picked up, just like a rag doll.
Imagine a wild, long-haired cat with wide yellow eyes and a muscular body, and you'd see an encyclopedia entry for a Norwegian forest cat.
Some Manx cats have no tails, while others have very short tails. A Manx with no tail is referred to as a "grumpy," while a Manx with some tail bone protrusion is called a "rumpy riser."
The most striking attribute of the Persian cat is its face. This long-haired cat has a round, often flat face and a distinctly short muzzle, giving it a squished face look.
An exotic-looking breed, the Chausie is a large, extremely active, and intelligent cat. The Chausie got its name from the Latin name “felis chaus,” meaning “jungle cat.”
This unique Siberian cat breed is large, sturdy, and intelligent. It had to be, growing up in an exceptionally unforgiving climate with painfully short summers and long, harsh winters.
The Savannah cat is a cross between a domestic cat and a serval, a medium-sized African wild cat with distinctly large ears. I
Blue is the most common eye color for the exquisite Turkish angora, but its eyes also can come in green, gold, amber, and even bicolor.