In addition to their long, thick fur coats and beautiful ruff around their necks, these animals are distinguished by their extraordinarily fluffy tails.
It has a robust, muscular build and a semi-longhair, silky coat. Ragdolls were created by American breeder Ann Baker in the 1960s.
Their large, bushy tail and dense, silky hair set them apart. Additionally, they have fluffy hair covering their paws.
They first appeared in India in the 1920s and quickly became popular because to their long, lustrous fur and distinctive ruffs.
A thick, glossy, waterproof outer coat, a warm, woolly undercoat, and a bushy tail help the Norwegian Forest Cat remain warm.
As a consequence, we have the stunning Ragamuffin, whose coats are famously soft and varied in colour.
The Birman resembles the Thai Siamese in many ways, except it is stockier, has a silkier coat, and has white feet.
Their long, thick undercoats are often lighter in colour near the skin and darken to the tips.
Despite being named after the metal, today's Exotic Shorthairs come in a rainbow of colours and patterns similar to those of Persians.
The Somali is a medium-sized dog, with long legs and oval paws that are tufted.