14 Cute Cat Breeds Anyone Will Love

Munchkin Although Munchkin cats are similar to your average cat, they have very short legs. They have a unique look that cat lovers around the world will love. Munchkins, despite their small stature and active nature, are very active despite being quite short. 

Ragdoll   The Ragdoll cat is large and strong, but he's also a loving and caring pet. The Ragdoll domestic cat breed is the largest. Although Ragdolls can seem intimidating due to their size, they are very gentle and docile. 

Maine Coon Maine coons, another large cat breed are elegant. Their long, straight coats come in many colors. They are great with children, pets, and people of all age. 

Scottish Fold Their small, folded ears are the most distinctive characteristic of Scottish fold cats. Their unique ears are not the only thing that makes this breed special. Scottish folds are friendly and sweet, and love to share their love with their families. 

Russian Blue Russian blues are blue-colored cats that come from Russia, as their name implies. Although their coats may appear gray, experts can tell you it is actually blue. 

British Shorthair British shorthairs are adorable and round, which will make you fall in love. It is one of the oldest English cat breeds. It is gentle, calm, and quiet. Because of their stunning blue coats, this breed is often called the British Blue. 

Bengal The Bengal is a strikingly similar breed to its big-cat cousins. This hybrid is an Asian leopard cat cross and domestic cat. They are small but still have a wild appearance. 

American Bobtail American Bobtails can be easily identified. They are wildcat-like with short, straight tails. American Bobtails, despite their wild appearances, are affectionate and sweet. They are sometimes called the Golden Retrievers for feline companions. 

Birman Birman cats have a pointed, slender coat. They come in six colors but almost always have white-socked feet. They are friendly and have a long, soft coat. 

Manx Manx cats are described as being almost dog-like by cat lovers because of their playfulness and loyalty. Manx cats do not have tails which is perhaps their most distinctive feature. They may lack a tail, but they aren't lacking in personality. 

Persian This gorgeous cat breed is now one of North America's most loved. Although very little information is available about the history of the Persian breed, it is believed that they originated in Persia around the 1600s. 

Norwegian Forest Cat The Norwegian forest cat, affectionately known as "wegies", has a long and beautiful coat and a friendly personality. These cats are thought to have been the Viking cats. The history of the breed can be traced back through Norse legends. 

Egyptian Mau The Egyptian mau is the only domestic cat that naturally has spotted spots. It is also the fastest domestic cat breed. This exotic breed is striking and beautiful. It's intelligent and playful personality makes it an excellent pet. 

Ragamuffin Ragamuffins make great lap cats and are large, gentle lap dogs. They love attention and have silky, smooth coats.