Thanks to their natural baldness, the sphynx cat breed is striking and utterly unmistakable. These clownish cats are intelligent, engaging, and devoted pets. The sphynx is a loving and friendly breed that craves your attention and affection.
Because they're such an uncommon breed, these hairless cats can be very costly. Read what the Cat Fanciers' Association has to say about this breed.
Sweet tempered and loving, Persian cats are famous for their long, flowing coats and round, pansy-like faces. Find out everything you need to know about the Persian cat breed. Read what the Cat Fanciers' Association has to say about this breed.
Due to a genetic mutation, Manx cats have no tail, but that's not all that's unique about them. These round-faced cats have long been known for their above-average hunting ability with farmers and sailors often opting to have them by their sides in taking down rodents. They also hop as they walk, moving both legs together in a rabbit-like gait that's truly adorable to witness. Read what the Cat Fanciers' Association has to say about this breed.