1. Scottish Fold

These cats are very mellow and docile from thousands of years of domestication.

Scottish Folds want nothing more but to spend the day in your lap looking at you with those big, round eyes.

  1. Ragdoll

This breed is a popular indoor cat and is more interested in their humans than most cats.

3. Tonkinese

This intelligent cat breed is also very vocal. They are known to hold full conversations with their people, and while they have these talk, they like to be cuddling.

Tonkinese cats are one of the most social cat breeds, and make good companions.

4. Sphynx

Hairless Sphynx cats are known to be very silly and love showing off for their human audience.

5. Siamese

Siamese cats are also very vocal and like to tell their owners all about their day. Their favorite place to reminisce about the bug they chased in the yard? Your arms.

6. Burmese

Plus, their expressive faces will tell all when you hold them close and whisper sweet nothings in their ears.

7. Bombay

Are “the goodwill ambassadors of the cat fancy, never having met a stranger. They make friends with everyone.”

8. Maine Coon

The Maine Coonis the largest domestic breed. They can weigh up to 18 pounds and grow to be up to 40 inches long.

Maine Cooncats tend to chirp and trill instead of meowing, and they’ll do that enthusiastically to get your attention.


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