They typically have a calm disposition and enjoy nothing more than lounging. Additionally loving, Persians would be excellent lap cats.
Ragdolls are well recognized for their beautiful color point coats and their piercing blue eyes. They have a robust, muscular build and a smooth, semi-longhaired coat.
They are distinguished by their large, bushy tail and dense, silky fur coat. In addition, their paws are covered in dense fur.
Originating in India in the 1920s, they are distinguished by their extremely long, lustrous fur and dramatic neck ruff.
The Norwegian Forest Cat is protected by a thick, glossy, waterproof outer coat, a warm, woolly undercoat, and a bushy tail.
The Birman has a more robust build, a silky coat, and white feet. In actuality, they are born entirely white and develop their stripes and points as they age.
The Siberian Forest Cat, Russia's national cat, is strong and barrel-shaped. Long-haired, thick undercoats are whitish near the skin and deepen toward the ends.
The Exotic Shorthair was initially silver and called Sterling, but today they come in Persian colors and designs.
The Somali, a recessive trait in Abyssinian cats, is a long-haired African cat. Somalis are medium-sized, robust, and have oval-tufted paws.