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TOP 10 Friendliest Cat Breeds


10 Friendliest Cat Breeds .
Want to know the best way to start a catfight? Just suggest that your favorite breed is the world’s friendliest, and you’ll hear instant hissing from others who champion their own furry faves.
All jokes aside, there really are some standouts on the natural feline friendliness scale. Jacqui Bennett, who handles the Cat Fanciers Association Education Ring and is a longtime allbreed judge, kindly spoke to us about her expert views. As a breeder of Ocicats, Bennett lives with multiple kitties — including a Maine Coon and a rescued Persian — and while she agrees that all cats are unique and wonderful in their own way, according to her experiences, one of the following breeds, in particular, just might become your new BFF.
1 . Persians
This breed makes up more than half of the CFA registrations, proving that Persians are a huge favorite among cat lovers. “They graced the very first cat shows and the palaces of Queen Victoria, and these sweettempered, laidback cats have always adored being spoiled,” said Bennett. While their beautiful coats require constant attention, that works well for this breed, which enjoys having humans fuss over them. Playful but not demanding, the Persian is happiest when blending into his household, communicating quietly and gladly posing to allow others to regard their natural beauty. References to the Persian date back to 1684 B.C., attesting to the breed’s enduring popularity. Sweet and mellow, the Persian is an ideal choice for a family wishing to lavish love on a beautiful feline companion.
2 . Exotic
The Exotic is structurally identical to the Persian, but sports a short, dense coat rather than a longer, fluffy one. That coat feels like silk and is irresistible to the touch, says Bennett. “The Exotic, a hybrid breed that combines the Persian and American Short Hair, is sweettempered and always up for a good time,” she added. The Exotic’s personality is the similar to the Persian’s as well, with a quiet demeanor and playful attitude. Unlike his longerhaired cousin, though, the Exotic doesn’t require an extensive daily grooming routine to maintain his plush beauty, so he’s ideally suited to Persian fans with busy lifestyles.
3 . Bombay
The “miniature panther,” as they’ve come to be known, is a distinctive breed with a patentleather coat and mesmerizing coppery eyes. The Bombay is inquisitive, affectionate and congenial with people and other pets. “A Bombay is always up for anything you are,” Bennett said. The breed was developed by combining a black American Short Hair with a sablebrown Burmese, and today the Bombay is a devoted lap cat who easily adapts to leashtraining and excels at entertaining himself and his humans. Intelligent and mellow, the Bombay’s sociable nature is the very opposite of the wild jungle cat from which they were inspired.
4 . Cornish Rex

Outgoing, with a love for human touch and interaction, the highenergy Cornish Rex enjoys the company of dogs, kids and other cats — and is one housecat who’ll happily play fetch with skill and joy. Bennett described this bouncy kitty as the ‘greyhound’ of cats. If you are looking for a cat with limitless affection and an undying sense of adventure, the Cornish Rex is for you. With its slender but sturdy whippetlike body, big bat ears and textured curly coat, this uniquelooking breed dates to the 1950s in Cornwall, England, an accidental mutation that inspired deliberate breeding for those soft curls. “Due to their thin velvety coats, they love to snuggle with you and soak up your body heat — when they aren’t off planning their next adventure, that is,” said Bennett.
5 . Birman

Gentle and social, with a pleasant chirp of a voice, the Birman is most content when he’s the center of your attention. “Sweettempered and loving, the Birman is very doglike in its behavior,” said Bennett. “Birmans enjoy a quiet, thorough grooming as much as a quick adventure throughout the house.” Surprisingly, their lush coats do not mat, and their naturally docile nature makes them easy to handle for the minimal coat care needed. The whitepawed Birman’s origins are a mix of myth and mystery, but it’s no mystery why the breed is popular. Quietly affectionate, a lover of people and other animals, the Birman’s patient, endearing presence makes this cat an ideal companion.
6 . Sphinx

A quirkylooking cat with wrinkles and a peachfuzz coat that feels like suede, the Sphynx, one of the CFA’s newer breeds, is a sweet feline “with a heart full of love,” said Bennett. A hairless cat born in Toronto in 1966 became the foundation of this unusual cat. That sleek ‘hairless’ bod leads many to believe these cats are lowmaintenance, but without fur to absorb body oils, the Sphynx needs

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