Cat Breeds That Will Wow You

Thailand, historically Siam, is home to the Siamese cat breed, one of the oldest. Their short coat, blue almond-shaped eyes, and color points on their ears, face, paws, and tail make them stand out.

A natural genetic mutation gave the Sphynx breed, which originated in Canada in the 1960s, its hairless body. They have a thin covering of downy fur that feels like suede.

One of the oldest cat breeds, the Abyssinian, undoubtedly originated in Southeast Asia. Their warm, ruddy, ticking coats, which have multicolored hair bands, distinguish Abyssinians.

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The Bengal breed, bred from an Asian Leopard Cat and a domestic cat, has a brightly colored coat with marbled patterns.

Persian cats, one of the world's oldest and most popular breeds, have long, luscious coats, lovely faces, and peaceful dispositions.

The novel and unique Lykoi is called the “werewolf cat” due to its werewolf-like appearance due to partial hair loss. Despite their eerie appearance, Lykois are cheerful, playful, and affectionate cats.

Norwegian Forest Cats, or “Wegies,” are cold-weather animals from Northern Europe. With bushy tails, tufted ears, and thick, water-resistant coats. Big cats are noted for their climbing, love, and playfulness. 

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