10 Adorable Breeds Of House Cats

  • 6 years ago
From the extremely cute teacup sized Persian cats, to the glorious Savannah Cat breed, these are the 10 Most ADORABLE Breeds of House Cats ! \r
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5 - Sphynx \r
This creepy looking nearly hairless breed of cat was developed through selective breeding which began in the 1960s, for real, we made these demonic-looking kitties on purpose. These bizarre looking cats have fine, almost silky feeling skin due to their incredibly short soft fur which is so minuscule in size it is almost invisible to the naked human eye. It is possible for these strange felines to grow whiskers and eyebrows but they very rarely do. These little less than adorable kitties, though some find them absolutely enchanting, are best known for features such as wedge-shaped heads, prominent cheekbones, large bulging eyeballs, muscular necks, pot bellies, paw pads and whiplike tails. You know, these creepy extroverted intelligent prune-looking kitties are starting to grow on me.\r
4 - Pixie-Bob \r
This next breed of kitty is known for growing quite large by domestic standards sometimes weighing 11 pounds or more and appear, you guessed it, nearly exly like a miniature bobcat. Bred from exotic looking stray and wild cats, these strange felines rarely meow, instead, they communicate with cute squeaky chirping sounds. Known for their intelligent nature, these kitties are ideal for training to walk on leashes and to play fetch, they can most commonly be found trailing after their owners like little obedient shadows. These smart kitties are said to be capable of understanding some human words and commands. Like the North American Bobcat, these adorable mounds of fuzz have black fur and skin on the bottom of their paws, tipped ears, stubby tails, black lips, white fur surrounding their black eye skin, white furry chins, and their spotted fur patterns have reddish tones sometimes mixed in. \r
3 - Japanese Bobtail\r
These kitties are old, having shown up some 1,000 years ago in their native land of Japan. These street cats played an important role in their nations history as hunters against Japans pest problem, mainly the silkworm population and of course rats with all of their malignant diseases. The defining chareristic for these adorable cats are their puffy tails which resembles rabbits, some even hop due to their long back legs, their primary color of coats is calico. Some of these felines have two eye colors, most commonly blue and amber. These cats are famed, appearing in many legends and folklore, the manga charer Hello Kitty is said to resemble a Japanese Bobtail, as well as the Muta from film, The Cat Returns, who is based on a Bobtail who repeatedly visit the Ghibli studio, theres even a Bobtail in Disneys Big Hero 6, Mochi. The legend goes that a man who owned one of these kitties was sitting under a tree when he noticed his cat beckoning to him with its paw, he rose and started toward the direction of his cat, when a branch fell right where he had been sitting, it would have crushed him dead if not for the warning of his inviting cat. From this story, the Japanese Bobtail has earned the nickname of Lucky Cat, Beckoning Cat and Inviting Cat and is now a popular token of good luck which can be found in nearly every gift shop in Japan and lining every shelf of most Chinatowns round the world. \r
2 - Khao Manee\r
Which roughly translated means White Gem, but more commonly known as the Diamond Eye Cat. These striking felines hail from Thailand and are a very rare breed, each of these strange yet beautiful kitties have blue or golden colored eyes and sometimes, if youre lucky, one of each. These cats have a coat that looks like solid white snow and holds the title of the most expensive breed of cat in the entire world. These peculiar yet striking felines have an ancestry dating back hundreds of years. These kitties are also known for being muscular, athletic, ive, communicative and extremely intelligent. Just look at those eyes! I cant look away, too cute! \r
1 - Savannah \r
Its the new cat on the block, this strange but extremely precocious and cute breed of kitty was first recognised by the International Cat Association in 2001. These hybrids were conceived after cross breeding domestic cats with several medium-sized, large-eared wild African cats. These lovable felines are known to be extremely social and very loyal, their loyalty has even been compared to several breeds of dogs. These kitties are tall and slender in build and usually weigh around 8 to 20 pounds and as you can clearly see, their coats have an amazingly cute speckled pattern of adorable spots which resemble that of a cheetah. These cute and cuddly felines are also known for their deep-cupped erect ears, long legs, puffy noses and hooded e