Cats can be cool and cute. Not sure which cat breed is popular now? Today we will introduce 10 popular cat breeds.These blog will help you learn their unique traits and personality.
Bengal has short and thick Coat which requires low-maintenance. Spotted coat and spotted belly are their significant appearance.Their Ancestors are Asian leopard cat and domestic short hairs. Bengals often love running water. A water fountain is a good gift to Bengals.Some only dip an occasional paw under the faucet, while others may try to go for a romp in the tub or shower—as long as it’s their idea.Aquarium and pond fish may be at risk from his clever paws.
Intelligent & Active
Bengals can learn how to do things like open your doors and your cabinets very quickly, and enjoy learning new tricks. This makes him fun to live with. Bengals have strong, muscular body acting like athletes.They love to climb and will hide your things if you leave them somewhere she can reach.Bengals hate being held or restrained. This isn’t unique to Bengals but to most very active breeds. Bengals love freedom as their wild relatives .A tall cat tree or two is a must for this breed.He likes to play games, including fetch.
Though they have wild appearance, Bengals are faithful, affectionate, fun-loving friends as any domestic cat.Bengals form strong bonds of love and loyalty with their families.Bengal will be pleased to sit on your lap. It goes without saying that he will share your bed. As a highly social breed. If you're not always at home, you'll need to have another cat to keep her company.
Savannah has short to medium-length coat. They have bold, solid markings, which can be round, oval, or elongated marble pattern. Their Ancestors are domestic cat and African wild cat.
Smart & Active
Her athletic body allows her to jump to very high places. Savannah seeks out his own amusement if he’s bored, and you might not always like his decisions. Shredding magazines and paper towels and splashing in the toilet are just a couple of the ways.Don’t forget to protect breakables. Put them away where the Savannah can’t knock them over. Savannahs aren’t typically lap cats. Their active nature precludes long periods of sitting still and being petted.
You need to spend plenty of time interacting with her.Avoid this breed if you are away from home for long time or want a cat who’s ornamental, not active. Choose a Savannah if you want a close and interactive relationship with a cat.They can be great companions for a child. They can be also great for those who live alone, as they bond strongly to their human.
Siamese has short coat.They looks like dressed for an elegant masquerade ball in pale evening wear with chic black accessories and tanzanite-blue eyes. They are natural breeds from Thai.
Active & Athletic
Keep his brain active with toys and his body exercised with teaser toys.A climb tree is also good for him. Never leave him without any form of entertainment, or you will likely come home to find that your toilet paper rolls and tissue boxes look better empty.
This kitty loves to talk. If you’ve got a Siamese cat at home, ready to have some long conversations.They will tell you exactly what they think, in a loud, raspy voice, and they expect you to pay attention to them. Siamese cats are extremely fond of their people. They like to be “helpful” and will follow you around and supervise your every move. When you are sitting down, a Siamese will be in your lap, and at night he will sleep with you, probably under the covers with his head on the pillow.Just be sure you have time to spend with this social cat. Siamese do not like being left alone for long time, and if you work during the day it can be smart to get another cat so they can keep each other company.
Siamese has long and thick coat.They have large, round heads,large round eyes,short noses and full cheeks They are natural breeds from Persia (known as Iran today).That beautiful coat requires daily grooming to keep it clean and tangle-free. It must be gently combed and brushed every day. As an affectionate lap cat,She enjoys a good petting, or even a brush through their hair.
Quiet & Sweet-tempered
They are intelligent,but not as active like other breeds.This is one cat who is unlikely to climb up your curtains or jump on top of your refrigerator. She prefers to rule her domain from the floor or more accessible pieces of furniture. When you are at work or are busy around the house,Persian is content to adorn a chair, sofa or bed until you are free to admire her and give her the attention she willingly receives but never demands.
Although Persians tend to be relaxed and easygoing, they also command an air of royalty. They may not be quick to hiss or scratch, but that doesn’t mean they won’t become annoyed when bothered by loud children or pets.
The Himalayan is a hybrid breed which results in a Persian cat with the coloring and deep blue eyes of the Siamese cat.
Like the Persian, the Himalayan is gentle, calm, and sweet-tempered. With large, expressive eyes and a voice that has been described as soft, pleasant and musical.Himmies let their simple needs be known. Like the Siamese, they also possess a playful side as well. Himalayans love to play fetch, and a scrap of crumpled paper or a kitty toy will entertain them for hours. Himalayans are devoted and dependent upon their humans for companionship and protection. That long, beautiful coat doesn’t stay clean and tangle-free on its own. It must be gently but thoroughly combed every day. Every Himalayan owner will spend part of each day to groom. Like their Persian siblings, they are docile and won’t harass you for attention the way some breeds do. They possess the same activity level as the Persian, and they are not talkative like the Siamese.
Ragdolls stand out for their large size, semi-long coat in a pointed pattern, and sparkling blue eyes. They are among the largest of the domesticated cats. A Ragdoll has a light-colored body with a darker face, legs, tail and ears. A Ragdoll’s moderately long fur has little undercoat, which means it is less likely to mat and shed.Comb it twice a week with a stainless steel comb to remove dead hair that can cause tangles.
Ragdolls make ideal indoor companions with its sweet personality. Ragdolls will greet you with a leg rub, a forehead kiss, and a big purr when you come home at night. If you’ve had a bad day, they’ll cuddle into your lap to offer gentle comfort so that soon you’ll be smiling again. A better friend you couldn’t have.Unlike many cats, Ragdolls are notable for collapsing into the arms of anyone when someone holds them. They love to follow you around the house, and leaping into a lap or snuggling in bed.
Ragdolls have nice manners and are easy to live with. You will find a Ragdoll on your sofa or bed, but generally not much higher than that. He prefers to stay on the same level with his people rather than the highest point in a room. In a small, sweet voice, they remind you of mealtime or ask for petting but are not excessively vocal.
They are playful but are not overactive. They like to play with toys and enter into any family activities. With positive reinforcement in the form of praise and food rewards when they do something you like, Ragdolls learn quickly and can pick up tricks. Ragdolls get along well with children and adults, as well as other cats and dogs. They are easily trained to stay off the counter and are affectionate without being overly demanding.
The Siberian, Russia’s native forest cat, is a cat that nature designed to survive, with no extremes in type. To adapt the cold climate, the Siberian has a long triple coat with guard hairs (the outer coat), awn hairs (the middle part of the coat) and a downy undercoat. The undercoat thickens in cold weather. The coat comes in all colors and combinations of colors, with or without white. It takes as long as 5 years for this breed to mature.The Siberian’s thick triple coat need to be combed or brushed a couple of times a week to prevent tangles or mats. They like sitting on your lap while they’re being groomed, an activity they particularly enjoy.
Because of his heritage as a forest dweller, perhaps the memory of going fishing for his supper is still on his mind. Don’t be surprised if he enjoys splashing you in the tub, drinking from a fountain or faucet, or making puddles by batting his paw in his water dish.
The Siberian cat is highly affectionate with family. He loves people and wants to be near them.These cats will follow you all over and gladly participate in whatever you’re doing–“help” you with all of your reading, TV viewing, computer work.When you come home from work, they’ll meet you at the door and tell you all about his day in quiet, pleasant trills and chirps, interspersed with a few meows and purrs. They are genial hosts to strangers.They won’t be shy in the presence of strangers.
Playful & Agile
As befits a working and hunting cat, you may find him balancing atop a doorway or propelling himself to the highest point in the room. Despite their size, they are great jumpers. They are able to leap tall bookcases in a single bound. However, their exercise needs aren’t overly demanding. Any item can become a plaything for this clever cat, so keep jewelry or other potentially intriguing items out of his view.Nature shows on TV with birds or lions will bring your Siberians running. They’ll put gentle paw on the screen and try to catch the fluttering images.Any item can become a plaything for this clever cat, so keep jewelry or other potentially intriguing items out of his sight.
The Russian Blue cat is known for his beautiful green eyes and a striking blue coat.The slight upturn to the corners of the mouth make Russian Blues appear to be forever smiling.This is a cat who does best in a quiet, stable environment. He doesn’t like change, and it’s especially important to him that meals arrive on time. If you spend the time to develop a relationship with a Russian Blue, your reward will be a loyalty with this loving cat.
Quiet & Gentle
Russian Blues are genteel cats, and somewhat shy. Guests will not receive his immediate attention and may never see him unless he decides they are worthy of his notice. But towards beloved and trusted humans, however, they are playful and affectionate,following them through the house and even riding on a shoulder. The Russian Blue is a sensitive cat who doesn’t like to be ignored and will be hurt if he doesn’t receive the same amount of affection he gives. Lack of attention can cause him to become anxious or fearful.
Members of this breed are generally polite,and well-behaved. It’s quite easy to teach them to stay off counters and out of off-limit areas; usually a simple “No” will do.
This cat may have a reserved nature, but he loves to play (being especially fond of retrieving) and enjoys jumping or climbing to high places where he can study people and situations at his leisure before making up his mind about whether he wants to get involved. Unlike some active, intelligent breeds, he is not destructive but moves through the house with the lithe grace of a Russian ballerina. Russian Blues are active but not overly so. They like nothing better than to spend time pouncing on a favorite toy or chasing sunbeams. They willingly entertain themselves, but prefer games in which their preferred people take an active role.
The British Shorthair is a powerful cat, with a short, very dense coat. They often convey an overall impression of balance and proportion in which no feature is exaggerated.British Shorthairs are often known for their motor boat type purrs. Brits are not lap cats. They like to sit beside you, or curl up at your feet, than cuddle on your lap. Being a big cat, he isn’t fond of being carried around. British Shorthairs dislike being kissed, but head presses and petting with love are acceptable.
Easygoing & Independent
The British Shorthair is easygoing, playful without being hyper or destructive and even-tempered,making him an excellent family companion and great apartment cat. He enjoys affection, but he’s not a“me, me, me” type of cat. Expect him to follow you around the house during the day, settling nearby wherever you stop. The more attention and affection you give them, the more they will repay you in kind. Once they get to know and trust you, British Shorthair are confident and devoted, and enjoy following you from room to room to keep an eye on your activities. They are calm, quiet companions, appreciating quality time without demanding your total attention.
The Bombay is a medium-size cat, having a surprising weight for their size. Black to the roots in adult cats. Kitten coats should darken and become more sleek with age.Due to their hybrid heritage, Bombays strike a pleasing balance between the moderate American Shorthair and the frisky, vocal Burmese. However, since the American Shorthair is less prominent today, Bombays tend to be more like the Burmese than like the American Shorthair.
Lively and Affectionate
Bombay loves people and is adaptable to many different environments and lifestyles. His calm nature makes him a good apartment dweller.They want quite a bit of attention, and they are clever in their attempts to gain your notice. When you sit down, don’t be surprised to see your Bombay sitting beside you moments later.Bombays love to follow their human companions all over the house. They love to keep an eye on every move and help with every chore. Bombays are often good at playing fetch, and some have learned to walk on leash. This is a smart cat who loves to play and will thrive with a family who is willing to teach him tricks, play games with him and provide him with plenty of interactive toys.
Note: As the characteristics may vary form different cats often.Before you adopt a cat please consult adoption organization for professional advice.