Cat Breeds

Havana Brown Havana Brown
The Havana Brown is noted for its warm, chocolate brown color that reminded an early breeder of a Havana cigar.
Turkish Angora Turkish Angora
This ancient breed is one of the world's most beautiful purebreds.
Turkish Van Turkish Van
The Turkish Van is the only cat that loves the water. It may be that this came about because of his need to catch fish but now it seems the breed just loves to swim for pleasure.
Javanese and Balinese Javanese and Balinese
Cats From Siamese Breed Group: Balinese and Javanese - Oriental Longhair
British and American Shorthair British and American Shorthair
British Shorthair became rare during the two World Wars and surviving British Shorthairs were bred with American/European Shorthairs and Persians (for the cobby type).
Sphynx Sphynx
The Sphynx appears to be a hairless cat, although it is not truly hairless.

Egyptian Mau Egyptian Mau
The Egyptian Mau is the only natural domestic breed of spotted cat.
Ocicat Ocicat
With a beautiful spotted coat reminiscent of the Ocelot, the Ocicat would seem to be the product of some wild cat/domestic cross.
Oriental Shorthair/Longhair Oriental Shorthair/Longhair
A wedge-shaped head and great big beautiful ears give these adorable cats a true "Oriental" appearance. Orientals are very gregarious!
Exotic Exotic
With the denser, shorter coat, the Exotic Shorthair breed is less of a grooming challenge than the Persian, hence the nickname, "Persians for lazy people."

Pages: 1 2 3 4