The Persian or Persian Longhair is a popular pedigreed cat in North America. The first Persian ancestors were brought to Italy from Persia around 1620.
Ragdolls are famous for their colour point coats and blue eyes. They are huge, muscular, and have a silky, semi-longhair coat.
One of the largest cat breeds, the Maine Coon has the fluffiest coat! They have a bushy tail and thick, silky fur. They also have furry paws.
The Siamese-Persian Himalayan is fluffy.This stunning Persian-Siamese cross gives them striking blue eyes and point colouring.
Northern European cats naturally adapt to colder climates, including this popular breed.
In 1994, the Ragamuffin was separated from the Ragdoll. Breeders crossed Ragdolls with Persians, Himalayans, and other domestic long-haired cats to add more colours and patterns.
The Birman, the "Sacred Cat of Burma," is a lovely, long-haired, color-pointed cat. Birmans are stockier than Thai Siamese and have silky coats and white feet.
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 lazy man's Persian, this fluffy cat breed was designed as a short-haired Persian.
The Somali, a recessive trait in Abyssinian cats, is a long-haired African cat. Somalis are medium-sized, robust, and have oval-tufted paws.