This cute, squishy-faced black cat resembles the Persian but has a shorter, easier coat. With their gentle demeanor and teddy bear appearance, Exotics enjoy to play but are not as dog-like and needy as other breeds,
Short or long-haired, these cats come in many hues, but we love the solid black one! This ancient Japanese breed, shown in old artwork and used to keep rodents out of Buddhist temples, has a dominant gene for its characteristic bobbed tail (although no two tails are same).
This cat breed occurs in every color and design, but LaPerms have distinctive coats. Born bald or fast losing all their hair, kittens get a curly, wavy short or long coat around four months.
Black cats like Maine Coons are immediately recognizable. In the frigid North-East winters, their big stature, long fluffy tail, and thick fur keep them warm, and their tufted ears and paws let them to travel on snow despite their heft.
This old British cat has worked on the Isle of Man for years. This black cat breed has no tail or a short one. These adorable pups have round features and fluff-filled cheeks.
They are suitable for colder locations since their waterproof insulated double coat has evolved to withstand hard Scandinavian winters. They differ from Maine Coons in their shorter, triangular
This stunning black cat breed (resembling Adam Driver) may have caught your eye on social media. The Oriental's long legs, short hair, large ears, broad face, and prominent nose make it a beautiful cat. These smart kittens shout if they
Popular black cat breeds include these flat-nosed fluffballs. Persian care is gentle and caring, but those lovely coats need frequent combing. Persians prefer sunbathing to jumping or acrobatics.
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