Cat Breeds

The name “Lambkin cat” (also known as Nanus Rex) came about as the breeds coat has the appearance of a lamb’s fleece. The Lambkin is a mixed breed that crosses the popular breed Munchkin cat and Selkirk Rex which gives the breed the...

The Toyger is a domestic cat breed that are developed to look like toy tigers – thus the name – the ideal breed look is a short, reddish-orange coat with black tiger stripes. It's the end result of breeding shorthaired tabbies to make...

The very first thing you’ll notice about me and pretty much all Turkish Van cats are the unique splashes of color on my body, particularly on my head and tail. While most of me is pure white, my coat boasts smatterings of lilac,...

Avid cat enthusiasts describe the Oriental Shorthair cat as the colored counterpart of the original two-tone Siamese, which became extremely popular in Europe in the early 1900’s.The Oriental is a domestic breed that is developed from and closely related to you, guessed it...

Balinese and Javanese are longhaired cats in the Oriental family. Despite the name, the breed isn’t of Asian descent. They're from the USA. A vocal, fun loving and highly intelligent breed with similar qualities to the Siamese, also known for being a rather...

The Egyptian Mau is a rare, small to medium size cat and is best known for it's very striking coat. They are one of only a few domesticated breeds that have naturally spotted fur, which comes in silver, blue, smoke, black, bronze and...

The Burmilla cat is a cross between the the Chinchilla Persian and Burmese. The breed is rather rare and originated in the United Kingdom in 1981 (accidentally). The Burmilla is a loyal, devoted and friendly feline inheriting the best traits from both it's...

The Abyssinian is thought to be one of the oldest cat breeds. As popular as the breed are they're not much for cudding. This confident cat is high energy, super active and carries a long, lean and athletic body. An Abyssinian will seek...

Minskin cats are a breed of cat crossbred from the Munchkin and Sphynx. Minskin cats are mini, hairless and destined to stay pocket-sized for life. The Minskin is a very affectionate, family orientated, intelligent feline who loves to spend time exploring and playing...