Cats are so adorable and have become one of the most popular pets in the world as well as the most popular videos on Youtube. Let’s take a look and discover the 10 most furriest cat breeds in the world.
The Birman is a long haired cat with blue eyes and white paws which often gives the impression the cat is wearing socks. The Birman also has a lovely silky texture fur and benefits from little undercoat which reduces matting.
2. British Shorthair
Due to it’s beautiful features the British Shorthair has become a popular participant at cat shows, it has also become the most popular cat breed in the United Kingdom overtaking the Persian cat in 2001.
The Himalayan is a man-made breed created by crossing a Persian and Siamese. In 1957 the Himalayan was classified as an official cat breed but in 1984 the CFA Board of Directors decided to reclassify the Himalayan as a color variety of the Persian.
4. Kurilian Bobtail
The Kurilian Bobtail is a medium to large size cat that looks wild but despite it’s strong appearance the cat is very gentle and loving critter. This bread is easily recognized by it’s semi-cobby body and short fluffy tail.
The Persian cat is one of the longest haired cat breeds in the world and is easily recognized by it’s round face and squashed nose. While it’s popularity has declined in Europe it still remains the most sought after cat breed in the United States.
6. Scottish Fold
The Scottish Fold gained it’s name because it’s ears are short and bent forwards. As kittens the Scottish Fold cats are born with straight normal ears but after three to four weeks of age they start to fold.
The Siberian cat has been a domesticated pet in Russia for centuries and is believed to be the ancestor to all modern long-haired cats.
Ragamuffins are more muscular than most other breeds and take longer to mature. Even though their fur is thick and long, it does not mat that often which makes the cat easy to care for.
9. Dragon Li
The Dragon Li has a tabby patterned coat and yellow or green eyes. It is a popular cat breed for pets because of it’s unmistakable intelligence and ability to interact with humans.
The Manx cat breed originated on the Isle of Man and are famous for their stubby tails. In fact some Manx cats don’t have a tail at all.