With its large ears and tiny body, the Sphynx is instantly noticeable. The breed has down instead of hair, making it distinctive. Active cats that are devoted and loving.
The Pharaoh Cat is another name for the Egyptian Mau, which is Egyptian. It is a little yet powerful pet that may survive to 18 years. This low-maintenance breed gets along with most people.
One of the newest TICA breeds, the Nebelung is uncommon. The silky blue-gray cat is beautiful. This peaceful, gentle animal is friendly and lively. This cat likes family and may be wary of strangers.
The Bengal is named for its color and design. Genetically linked to the Asian Leopard Cat, it's no surprise. People-friendly and fun to pet, this breed. This lively mammal is continually moving, except for naps.
Turkish Vans are inquisitive pets that require owners who understand their personalities. The breed originated in ancient Turkey. One of the rare water-loving cats.
The exotic-looking Ocicat will catch anyone's eye with its lovely coat. Despite its name, the breed is American. Even with strangers, this cat is charming. Its playful nature may resemble a dog.
The Abyssinian breed dates back to Egyptian pharaohs. Its sleek, elegant body may resemble a miniature mountain lion. It is another social pet that loves family, dogs, and more! Peter Pan of cats.
Another breed that resembles wild animals is the Toyger. With its stripes, this one shouts Tiger. It is docile and kind, making it a good family pet. Its adaptability makes it a medium-sized cat that is easygoing.