Often popping up on the list of curly-coated cats or best hypoallergenic cats, the Cornish rex is no stranger to being at the top of specialty cat breeds. But this time, it’s for this breed's captivating gaze.
Similar to the Cornish rex, the Devon rex usually gains fame for its curly coat. However, this breed also has large oval-shaped eyes that give it an out-of-this-world look.
One of the tiniest felines also happens to be a cat breed with the most enormous eyes. The Singapura, which originated in the streets of Singapore,
Usually known for its hairless skin, the sphynx is also known for its arresting gaze and nearly human-like expressions (and personality). Maybe it’
Perhaps owing to the Persian’s small, flat face, the round, full eyes are prominent on this exotic-looking cat breed. Persians are also known for sporting bright blue, green,
The most distinctive feature of the Scottish fold might be its ears, which appear to fold over and lay flat against the head. But not to be overlooked is the fact that the Scottish fold has rounded, large eyes that,
The Burmese cat as we know it today results from a cross of the native copper cat of Burma (Myanmar) with the Siamese. All Burmese cats trace their heritage to a female Burma kitty named Wong Mau.
While the original standard coat for a Burmese was a rich sable color, today's breed standard includes four possible coat colors: sable, champagne, platinum, and blue.
Gaze into the eyes of a Tonkinese kitty, and you may not be able to look away. In addition to having large, rounded eyes, these cats have exotic eye colors like aqua, sky blue, violet, and gold.