The Abyssinian is one of the most popular (and smartest) cat breeds in the U.S. and is considered to be the Border Collie of the cat world.
If you love going to Greece you will love the Aegean. This native Greek feline is a healthy breed, only requires heavy grooming in the warmer months and will make a real enjoyable family pet.
The American Bobtail is a new breed that features a short, stubby tail, wild tabby colors, and a playful, friendly personality.
The American Curl is called the "Peter Pan" of felines because it retains its kitten-like personality throughout its adult life.
The American Shorthair is one of the most common breeds in the United States. Did you know that this particular breed came over on the Mayflower?
Want a unique cat? Then the American Wirehair is for you. Known as the punks of the cat world, American Wirehairs look like their fur is made of steel wool, but are really quite soft and cuddly.
Despite 1,000 years of natural development, the Arabian Mau was only recently recognized as an actual breed.
The Australian Mist is a short-hair cat with a spotted coat. Like its name, it was originally bred in Australia, but other countries have started doing the same since then.
The Bambino is a hairless cat and is a cross between a Sphynx and a dwarf breed cat. This is considered an expirimental breed and is catching on quickly!
The wild look of the Bengal cat comes from its origin, the Asian leopard cat bred with a domestic shorthair. The result is a smart, lively and intelligent cat with a wild look.
Birmans not only look sweet, they really are sweet! This gentle kitty originated deep in Asia where it was the breed of priests.
The bombay is a stunning cat ... the patent leather kitty with the copper penny eyes. Bombays are extremely affectionate too. Learn more.
Meet the cat that inspired Lewis Carroll's Cheshire Cat. They are easy going and always look like they are smiling.
The Burmese cat knows the secret to aging gracefully, one in Australia lived to be 24! This cat is also known for its weight and being the "Chatty Cathy" of the cat world.
Half Burmese and half Chinchilla, the Burmilla is easy to groom and makes for a purr-fect pet.