Some might think that all cats look the same, but there are actually over 70 breeds of cats. We picked out the 10 cutest cat breeds for you to look through.
From American Shorthairs to Bengals to Ragamuffins, we’re sure you’ll fall in love with at least one of our top 10 cutest cat breeds.
If you’re looking to ‘Adopt Don’t Shop‘ a feline friend or just want to just scroll through adorable pictures, these cute cats are just what you need.
Here’s our list of the Top 10 Cutest Cat Breeds.
#10 – American curl Cat
The American curl can be short-haired or long-haired, but that’s not where the name comes from. “Curl” was derived from its adorable backward-curling ears, which give it a happy look.
They are people cats who are rarely aloof and are affectionate without harassing their families for attention.
According to Vetstreet, this cat first made its appearance in the early 1980s and, while it is family-friendly, it’s better with older kids.
#9 – American Shorthair Cat
As the name suggests, this cat has short hair, and it comes in a variety of colors and patterns.
The American shorthair is full of muscle and gets up to 12 pounds.
According to Hill’s, these cute cats are equally happy hanging out with the family and taking some alone time for naps in the sun.
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#8 – Ragamuffin Cat
The Ragamuffin cat is quite large and has big eyes, but it is very gentle.
These cats come in a variety of colors and patterns, and their coats are medium-long and fully furred like a rabbit.
Even though they are thick and plush, they are easy to care for.
Since they are so soft, they get a good bit of attention, which leads to a good bit of purring.
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#7 – Balinese Cat
This breed isn’t as well-known as the look-alike Siamese.
The two share a similar body type, coloring, and striking blue eyes; the main differences are that the Balinese has a silky, flowing coat and its tail forms a beautiful plume—it might just be one of the cutest cat breeds around.
Grooming is simple because the coat does not mat, which is nice if you have a busy schedule.
Even though this cat looks regal with its sapphire eyes, it’s known for being silly and having a big heart.
#6 – Scottish Fold Cat
Those adorable, folded ears make this breed stand out as one of the cutest cat breeds (though some have straight, normal ears).
According to the CFA, the folded ears on many Scottish Folds can lead to a higher wax buildup in their ears, so make sure to do periodic checks, but fortunately, it does not make them more susceptible to mites or ear infections.
Those famous ears can swivel to listen and will still prick up when a can of food is opened.
I owned a Scottish Fold and he, like many other Scottish Fold’s slept on his back, with his paws in the air, and his tongue sticking out of his mouth.
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#5 – Turkish Van Cat
If you love the feel of a cashmere sweater, then you’ll be hugging your Turkish Van cat all day long.
This breed comes in a variety of colors: red, cream, blue, and black.
They can have pattern variations of those colors including tabby, tortoiseshell, and patched tabby.
Turkish Van cats are extremely energetic and have been known to throw a temper tantrum or two.
Turkish Van kittens are initially born with pale blue eyes, which change to a deeper blue or amber as they grow older.
Occasionally, you’ll also see a Van with one amber eye and one blue eye or two blue eyes of different hues.
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#4 – Abyssinian Cat
The Abyssinian is a regal-looking cat marked for being one of the oldest known breeds.
This cat is recognized by its muscular body, arched neck, and large ears.
Its eyes are shaped like almonds, and it resembles paintings and sculptures of ancient Egyptian cats.
The Aby first made its appearance in America via England in the early 1900s.
It makes a great pet, and you will likely agree with Carolyn Osier, author of Abyssinian Breeders International Kitten Buyer’s Guide: “There is probably no breed anywhere more loyal than the Aby.”
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#3 – Exotic Cat
The Exotic breed is a short-haired cat that looks very much like a Persian cat breed.
Surprisingly, these cute cats don’t require daily grooming to keep their coats beautiful.
These almost plush-like toy cats are quiet and peaceful, but they get pretty up close and personal.
But be warned Exotics have been known to put their wet noses on their human’s face or to give an actual hug.
According to the CFA, male Exotics are generally more affectionate than females.
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#2 – Munchkin Cat
The Munchkin cat has no problem getting around the same as its longer-limbed feline friends — it just might take them a few extra steps along the way.
Munchkins cats may have been shortchanged in the leg department but they weren’t when it comes to intelligence or personality
These cats are self-assured, outgoing, friendly, and people-oriented.
Munchkins make devoted companions, and they get along well with other cats, dogs, and of course, people.
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#1 – Bengal Cat
The Bengal is a domestic cat that has physical features distinctive to the small forest-dwelling wildcats and with the loving, dependable temperament of a family pet.
The Bengal is richly colored with vivid spots and/or marbling makes it one of our cutest cat breeds.
In addition to being good-looking, the Bengal’s playfulness and intelligence make it a great family pet.
These cute cats are active and need a good bit of attention but get along well with other pets.
Most Bengals like water, so they might decide to jump in the shower with you.
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