Tonkinese cats are great for training tricks and leash walking. Vet Street says "not uncommon for a Tonkinese to ride on your shoulder." The cheerful, gregarious Tonk, a mix of Burmese and Siamese cats.
These big cats are cuddly. The Veterinary Centers of America reports that many males act like lap kittens despite weighing 20 pounds.
These lovely creatures make great pets with their blue eyes and luxuriant hair. Birmans are always eager to play or sit peacefully with you.
Persians are known for their heavy grooming, but don't let that deter you from this sociable breed. According to Cat Time.com, they are "affectionate but discriminating," loving family but wary of strangers.
You won't find a Sphynx cat hairy. Base Paws says the hairless breed is smart, energetic, playful, gets along with other animals, and loves to wrap up in a warm lap.
According to the Cat Fanciers Association, Russian Blues are gorgeous cats that form close ties with their owners. Like many people, Russian Blues are apprehensive of newcomers and take time to warm up.
These laid-back cats like both lap time and outdoor exploration. One of the few cats that can be leashed, they allow worried humans to let them explore safely.
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