Cat Breeds
Cat Breeds

Cat Breeds

If you’re looking for a new cat best friend, search Spot’s cat breed profiles to learn more about a breed before you bring a new pet home. Find out how to care for a new cat breed, understand their personality, energy levels, cost of care, and most important, vet care costs.

Chantilly Tiffany

Chantilly Tiffany referred to as Chantilly or Tiffany cats are quite a moderate and low-maintenance feline. They are typically very sweet pets who enjoys snuggling, playing, and even talking. Their voice is more like chirping than yowling.

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Burmese Cat

Burmese cats are easy-to-love cats that will love you back with everything they’ve got. Often dubbed “velcro” cats, Burmese are highly social and need to be around their humans as much as possible. Playful, intelligent, vocal, active, and friendly –...

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Peterbald

Peterbald cats have dog-like loyalty towards their owners. They are extremely social cats and love being around people and interact very well with strangers, kids and other pets. They’ll ask for all the attention you can give and will be quite...

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Abyssinian

The Abyssinian is a domestic short-haired cat which holds its origin to the Indian ocean, in parts of South-east Asia. They are often known for their dog-like characteristics of being playful, affectionate and attention seeking. They are the smartest...

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American Curl

A Curl's signature characteristic is his unique ears, which curl backward and do not stand up. A medium-sized cat, the American Curl weighs five to ten pounds and lives for more than 13 years on average. American Curls are the product of a spontaneous...

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Donskoy

The Donskoy cats also known as Don Sphynx is a hairless cat with a hard muscular body, large ears and wrinkled skin. They are affectionate and curious also known for their loyal nature.

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Turkish Angora

The Turkish Angora is a medium-sized muscular-looking cat. They have almond-like eyes which can be blue, green or amber.

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Selkirk Rex

Selkirk Rex breeds are distinct from other Rex breeds. The hair is normal length and not partially missing, unlike the Devon Rex and Cornish Rex. There are longhaired and shorthaired varieties. There is a difference between the Selkirk Rex coat and the...

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Birman

The Birman is a slightly long haired, color-pointed cat, known for its deep-blue eyes and contrasting white-glove like paws. As the name suggests, the cat does have its origin in the northern parts of Burma.

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