Abyssinian Cat. Abyssinians are some of the oldest and most regal cat breeds of today. These felines possess the looks of Egyptian cats in sculptures and paintings of yore. Due to selective breeding, Abyssinians still retain most of its characteristics from its ancestor, the felis lybica, or otherwise known as the African wildcat. Medium in…

Ragamuffin Cat. Ragamuffins are as cute and adorable as they sound. These huggable cats possess almost all of a stuffed toy’s characteristics that the whole world calls them “teddy bears”! A Ragamuffin Cat is characterized by having expressive eyes, exquisite coating and the sweetest temperament. At first glance you’ll be awed at the magnificent creature….

Norwegian Forest Cat. The Norwegian Forest Cat has a solid build, a stocky frame and strong features. They’re somewhat similar to the Maine Coon in physical attributes, notably the long, flowing fur that makes them appear larger than they really are, but this breed has some distinctions of its own. Norwegian Forests have equilateral, upside-down…

Siberian Cat. The feline pride of Russia, going back to “Catafay the Cat” in the country’s centuries-old folklore, is the Siberian cat. Alluring upturned eyes, large and round with a small point toward the top, make up one this cat’s most distinguishing features. Siberian cats, which are also sometimes called Siberian Forest cats, have often…