9 Most Intelligent Cat Breeds

Abyssinian This cat is agile and graceful. It is affectionate towards people. Abyssinians can be very intelligent and are very attentive to their families' activities. This breed is a lover of heights, and can often be seen above the surrounding area to see everything. This cat is quick to learn tricks and enjoys running a feline agility class.

Bengal Bengals are intelligent and athletic, but still have a wild side. They love to run and jump, climb, play, and they also enjoy playing. They need plenty of space, especially when they are doing vertical exercise. Its agility is almost equal to its ability with its hands. It can open drawers, turn on lights and grab fish from the aquarium.

Balinese Balinese cats are very similar to the Siamese long-haired Siamese. They are lively cats who love to explore and learn about the world around them. They are social cats and will often share their opinions. They are fond of puzzles and teaser toys. They can also climb a large cat tree. They can retrieve, walk on a leash and learn tricks quickly.

Cornish Rex They are friendly and active cats. Some cats are even considered dog-like as they play with their toys well into their senior years. Many cats enjoy playing the piano and fetch. The cat's long feet allow it to open cabinets and doors easily. An option is a child safety lock.

Burmese Burmese cats are social and friendly, and love to interact with other cats. They are intelligent, adaptable, playful and easy to train. They can retrieve small toys and walk well on a leash. If you are in good health, it will be easy to drive and visit the vet.

Havana Brown The Havana brown cat is a beautiful, silky, and chocolate-colored cat. This rare breed was born from crossing Siamese and other breeds. They are curious, intelligent cats who love to interact with their family members.

Savannah The Savannah is an exotic and rare breed that has high intelligence. This large hybrid was created by crossing wild African servals and domestic cats. It retains wild elements in its appearance and attitude. They require plenty of space to run, jump and play. They can become bored easily so it is essential to keep them active and engaged in the environment.

Korat Another rare breed is the Korat. Named after a Thai province, the Korat was created. They are intelligent and highly attentive to their surroundings. Korats are active, but not too much. They love to play interactive games. They love to take naps. They can also learn tricks like walking on a leash and playing fetch.