The Sokoke Cat is the world's rarest domestic cat breed, according to the Governing Council of the Cat Fancy in the United Kingdom.
"The Devon Rex has a distinct look. The breed's wide eyes, small nose, pronounced cheekbones, and enormous, low-set ears produce a distinctive elfin appearance.
While many breeds' distinctive characteristics are the result of human help and modification, the Kurilian Bobtail is an entirely natural breed with no two identical tails.
The Norwegian Forest is native to Norway and is renowned for its cheerful and energetic disposition.
This feline has been likened to the Corgi dog because to its short legs and stocky build.
This medium-sized cat is exceedingly lively, active, and energetic, and its muscles are well developed.
Tonkinese cats are known for being incredibly energetic and highly adaptive to other animals and people, yet their personalities are more innocent.
When delivered to France's Carthusian monasteries by Crusaders, it is stated that this cat breed had a peaceful existence and earned the nickname "the smiling blue cat of France."
The wavy coat of these very clever cats is the consequence of a mutation found in the 1980s, making them a relatively young breed.
The Turkish Van cat, according to the Cat Fanciers Association. Turkish Van cat from the Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA).