The Maine coon is a large, shaggy domesticated cat with a debunked myth of being a raccoon crossbreed. They have a unique coat and tail, making them gentle giants and great family pets.
Ragdolls are named for their docile nature, collapsing like a rag doll when picked up. Their origin is uncertain, gaining popularity in the 1990s. CFA recognized them in 2000.
Norwegian Forest Cat: Wild-looking, muscular, and long-haired. Originally from Norway, bred from domestic and wild cats. Friendly, playful, and loyal as a pet.
Persian Cat: Known for its squished face, long hair, and larger appearance. Surprisingly, one of the smaller larger breeds. Calm and prefers lounging over high activity.
Chausie: Exotic, large, highly active, and intelligent breed. Named after "jungle cat" for hunting skills and regal appearance. Fast, high jumpers, and attention-seeking.
Siberian cats are large, sturdy, intelligent, and adapted to harsh climates. Domesticated and affectionate, they make excellent indoor pets, showcasing their true colors as playful and loving companions.
Savannah Cat: Cross between domestic and serval, with a leopard-like look and large ears. Desired by big cat enthusiasts. Classified by generation to determine wildness.
American bobtails are distinctive with short, stubby tails and wildcat appearance. Surprisingly sweet and affectionate, they're like "golden retrievers" of cats, enjoying fetch
Ragamuffin, akin to ragdoll, is large, lovable, and mellow with a docile nature. Their thick, luscious coat and friendly, rounder eyes define their amiable personality
The Bengal, though wild-looking with an athletic body and striking coat, is a domesticated cat. Owners attest to their loving and friendly nature, enjoying play and climbing