These Exotic Cat Breeds Will Leave You Purring
Missy aka Tizzy
Nature and Travel
On 15th March 2018
These beauties are extremely unique in their spotting on their coat. They are very smart and fiercely loyal to their owners. They have loose stomach skin which aides them in their agility. Seeing the Egyptian Mau jump from one surface to another is a true sight to behold. They love to dote on their owners, so they make really good companion cats. The good news is that they do not require much special attention and do not grow to be much larger than any other house cat.
This kitty is related to the Abssynian. They love to climb up high and jump distances that are challenging to any normal cat breed. Because of their playfulness, they are great with kids and other animals that help keep them on their toes. They are a medium size cat that should not grow to weigh more than ten pounds. However, they are known to have some health problems, so it is very important that you do your research before getting one.
This cat may look like it has some genes from a wildcat, but we can assure you that this is a 100% all domestic cat. They were created by combining the genes of Siamese, Abyssinian and American Shorthair cats. They are playful and love to be around their owners. You will likely find that they will follow your feet all over the house and might even enjoy riding on your shoulder as you walk around. The good news is that these beauties will live to be around 15 years old and have minimal health issues to worry about.
These kitties have tails that are more like a rabbit's tail than a regular cat's tail. They are native to Japan and Southeast Asia, but can be found all around the world now. They are a medium size breed that should only reach around ten pounds in weight. One thing that is truly distinct about this breed is that they are real talkers. They love to hear their own voice and banter back and forth with whoever takes the time to chat with them. They are also extremely loving and great with humans of all sizes.