The Most Loved Breeds Of Cats.
There is no doubt that we all love our cats. If you are a cat person, you are probably hardcore into cats, we love them, their little toes, their quirky personalities, that delicate purr.
The way your cat stares as they see a bird fly past the window, their zoomies for no reason at 3 am, and their small meow’s when you open a tin of their favorite food.
Cats are wonderful animals, and while there are some people who haven’t taken to cats as we have, we see their true beauty.
It is actually mad how many different breeds of cats there are, we just love them all. Yet, we want to take the time to look into these different breeds, and we have picked out the 6 most popular breeds of cat. You
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Let’s check out those 6 most popular breeds of cat, and see if your cat is among those on this list!
#1. Ragdoll cats.
It is no real surprise that ragdoll cats make it onto this list. They have silky coats and bright blue piercing eyes.
They are consistently popular cats, and their long fur and silky coats make them a popular choice for a house cat that will keep your lap warm on cold nights.
They are called ragdolls as they are known to go limp in your arms when receiving lovely cuddles. They are big love bugs and will look at you like you are the only person in the world that matters
One thing that many love about ragdoll cats is that they are brilliant for families, getting on well with children and adults alike.
#2. Maine Coon.
We aren’t surprised by this one either. Maine coons have shot up in popularity in recent years, they are seen as gentle giants, being the largest of all domestic cats.
They are so big a male could be all muscle and weigh 20lbs. But, like every other domestic cat they are filled with love. So, while you may not have the strength to carry a Maine Coon around the house like a baby, they will give you, even more, love and keep you very warm.
Despite how they look, they are actually one of the friendliest breeds of cats out there!
Exotic cats are very similar to Persian cats, however, they are more popular. This is probably thanks to their manes being low-maintenance, and how low-upkeep they are. They look and feel fancy but don’t need all that maintenance on top.
They can easily get by on a brush weekly, although you will probably want to do it more.
#4. Persian Cats.
Persians are flat-faced cats, with long, elegant fur, which makes them one of the most easily recognized breeds worldwide. They have a royal appearance, but they don’t need everything a king does, they are quite happy just chilling out on your lap.
On the downside, their long hair requires consistent maintenance, and you should always brush daily to prevent any unpleasant matting of their luscious locks.
#5. Devon Rex.
These cats are unique, they are whimsical looking and always make you smile. They are like a cat mixed with an alien and an elf. These cats are a bit needy, craving attention and love all the time. If you are looking for a companion or a familiar, the Devon Rex is perfect.
They are boisterous and get enrichment from interaction, they will play with toys, people, and pets, so if you get yourself a Devon Rex you should be prepared to give them a stimulating environment to live in and refrain from leaving them alone for too long.
#6. British Shorthair.
Finally, British short hair.
These are one of the most popular breeds of cat out there, and probably one of the most common too.
They resemble a cuddly teddy bear in many ways, including how they cat and how they look.
They are easy going and love to play with their favorite humans. They will also happily be a lap cat too. You cannot deny how sweet these cats are, and how much love they have to give.
They also come in many more colors than you might think, and British short hairs can have very different personalities as well depending on their sub-breed too.