Though small, Munchkins bring us much joy! This little cat returned in the 1980s after two were found under a Louisiana pickup truck, according to PetMD.
The world's tiniest cat is the Singapura. This uncommon cat is strong and has a silky coat, weighing 4–6 pounds. Despite being little, Singapuras are bold! They love to climb and explore and will always be the center of attention—whether you want it or not!
Cornish Rex cats are easily identified by their long, slender bodies. Their egg-shaped head, wavy coat, and enormous ears make them stand out.
Devon Rex was discovered over a decade after the Cornish Rex. The Devon Rex has larger ears, shorter whiskers, and stronger legs than the Cornish Rex. These little cats are not “hypo-allergenic” despite their short coats.
A talking cat! Although recognized for its blue, almond-shaped eyes, the Siamese cat is the most chatty cat breed. Siamese cats are small and can weigh less 8 pounds as adults.
The American Curl is a little cat with a large heart under its fluffy coat. They have backward-curling ears, thus their name. The American Curl's kitten-like attitude keeps it active and energetic as an adult.
Want puppy playfulness and kitten softness? Meet the Burmese, a dog-like cat! This sweet, devoted cat enjoys fetch. The Burmese is small but robust, weighing 8–12 pounds.
Anyone who says cats don't enjoy water hasn't met an Abyssinian. This Egyptian-era short-haired cat is one of the oldest cat breeds. Even though adult Abyssinians weigh 6 pounds, they nevertheless embark on adventures.
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