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If you are a cat lover looking for a breed with a huggably soft, pet-ably fluffy coat, well look no further. We have compiled a list of the most puff-ball-esque cat breeds around.
All cats are pretty adorable creatures, though some may prefer to be thought of as distinguished predators. But these cute cats may take the cake for absolutely sweet traits.
Cats for families with children should be easygoing, extroverted, and a fan of affection, as children have a tendency to want to pick up and cuddle their pets. Check this list for cat breeds that fit the bill.
When it comes to cats, some breeds are known for their aloof or independent dispositions. For the owner who wants a loyal friend who will seek out affection and interaction, you’ll want a benevolent breed that enjoys the company of people.
Our feline friends weren't always so tame and amiable. Find out how domestic cat breeds descended from wild cats, and what some of the oldest cat breeds are.
Cats can be small or large, fluffy or furry, talkative or a quiet type. Here we've grouped some of the most popular cat breeds into useful types.
There's just something arresting about blue eyes, don't you think? These eight lovely cats feature sparkling blue eyes.
Not all cats like to cuddle, not all cats like to be picked up, and not all cats like to play for hours on hours. What kind of cat best fits your personality?
Cats usually run around the same size once full grown, but there are some breeds that get up to around 20 pounds! These largest of the domestic cat breeds are for someone looking for big-time cuddles.
The best cats for multi-pet homes are those who are social, even-tempered, non-territorial, and adaptable. Learn about which breeds may be best.
The rivalry that defines all other rivalries - cats and dogs - might not be as set in stone as we believe. Here is what you need to know if you are trying to get a cat to interact with a dog, or another cat.
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