Last Updated on August 27, 2023 by Pets Feed
There are many breeds of cats, and like most people, you do not know much about a dozen or so.
To help you make the choice: Which breed of cat is best for you? Here are some useful information.
Do you want a cat that can be entertained and do no nonsense? So do not consider the Sphynx, the Rex, the Mandarin (British Angora) and the Siamese. These cats are energetic and seem to be in trouble.
For those looking for a cat to offer entertainment, these are a good choice. The Rex is an ‘idiot’ cat, he will try to amuse you.
There are also other important features to consider. For example, if you want a cat with long hair or short hair. Those who do not have time to groom their pet every day should not choose a long-haired cat.
Those who choose long hair should make the commitment to take care of their coat. If you do not do this, it can create entanglements. And, it can also pose a health risk.
Voice cats are often breeds that many people consider. They can be quite noisy. Many cat owners have no problem with this category, others realize that communication with them is necessary and that in some cases it is not the right choice.
Vocal/Noisy Cat Breeds:
The Siamese cat is one of the most ancient breeds known to scientists, although it appeared in Europe only in the second half of the 19th century. Today, Siamese are recognized as the most popular shorthair cats on the planet.
Burmese cats are distinguished by excellent health and friendly disposition, have a quiet and melodic voice. Representatives of this breed do not give the owners much trouble.
The Korat is a Thai domestic cat breed that is surrounded by many traditions. They have a beautiful blue coat and olive eyes.
Quiet Cat Breeds:
The American Curl is a breed of affectionate companion cats with backward-curled ears, bred in the United States in the 1980s.
The Scottish Fold cat is one of the youngest breeds. It is distinguished by its unique appearance, grace and a very high level of intelligence.
The Somali cat is a breed of long-haired cats descended from the Abyssinian. They have a bright, rich coat, animated by ticking, and a fluffy tail.
Affectionate Breeds are great for children:
Snowshoe is a breed that has collected all possible positive qualities, a true ideal of a domestic cat.
Maine Coon is a native breed of American cats, characterized by large size and impressive body weight. Representatives of the breed are reliable friends and companions, able to quickly win the love of the whole family.
Ragdoll is a beautiful large cat with luxurious thick hair. She is delicate, calm, friendly and selflessly devoted to her master.
The Abyssinian cat belongs to the ancient breeds. This is a loyal, playful and intelligent pet with an iridescent coat.
The Tonkinese cat is a breed that arose as a result of crossing the Siamese and Burmese cats. Very friendly, affectionate and inquisitive.
The Himalayan cat is a blue-eyed, long-haired, color-pointed creature, obtained by mating Persians with representatives of the Siamese group. Some felinological systems register representatives of this family as an independent breed, others as a variety of Persian cats.
Nebelung is a personable American with the manners of a true gentleman! This handsome man carries himself with royal nobility and demands sincere respect for his feline person.
The Russian Blue cat is a green-eyed aristocrat who owes her popularity to her unique silver-blue coloration and innate sophistication. Curious intellectual and tireless huntress.
Norwegian Forest Cat
The Norwegian Forest Cat is still quite rare in our latitudes, but has long been a favorite breed of Europeans. This is a friendly and independent pet that will easily find the “key” to each family member.
Lastly, choose if you would like to go with a kitten or an abandoned older cat. Remember that kittens need to be trained but that adult cats can already be set in their ways. You can find many breeds of kittens to choose from at the local cat show and you can look for them at your local humane society as well. These cats need homes and these organizations are usually full to the brim with them.
Hoping that you find this information useful and that it helps you find the perfect cat.