Adorable Cat Breeds Two

Welcome back to Adorable Cat Breeds Part Two

In my previous blog I was listing the top ten cutest cat breeds that people own today.

So without further ado the list continued.

American Shorthair

American Shorthair Adult Cat
American Shorthair Kitten

Considered to be a perfect cat for working families, this cat can be left alone with children and also get along with other animals.  Known as "America's Breed" the first cats of this breed were first brought over during the early days of the settlers.  The breed is known to have an even temperament with a good disposition and a keen intellect.

More information on the American Shorthair

Scottish Folds

Scottish Folds - Adult
Scottish Folds - Kittens


Scottish Folds are best known for the one distinct feature, folded ears.  The folded ears gives them an owl like feature.  These cats are very sweet and gentle and very easy going.  This breed is considered to be very playful and outgoing tend to attach themselves to one member of the family.  Not heard in other cat breeds, the Scottish Fold has different sounding purrs and meows that denote their different modes.

More information on the Scottish Fold


Sphynx 2


The Sphynx is one of the newest cat breeds, 1966, hairless, wrinkly and pronounced cheek bones.  Their hairless nature is an anomaly that occurs every 15 years.

The Sphynx has been breed with traditional shorthair cats and then breed back to hairless again, making this final breed more genetically stable.  The Sphynx is a considered to be a people cat, playful, silly, energetic and love being the center of attention.  Because of their hairless nature, a Sphynx cat is not an outdoor cat.  They can go out for short periods of time, but should never live outside full time. 

More information to the Sphynx

Abyssinian Cats

Abyssinian Kitten


Abyssinians are considered to resemble the cats from ancient Egypt that are captured in hieroglyphs.  While not being a lap cat, Abyssinians are loyal and affectionate.  Abyssinians are people-oriented cats who like to participate in the activities taking place around them.

More information on Abyssinian

Devon Rex Cats

Devon Rex
Devon Rex


The Devon Rex is a relatively newer breed of cats, discovered by accident in the region of Devonshire, England, in 1960. It is known to behave more like a dog than like a cat.

With its unique appearance, the breed has captured the attention of cat lovers worldwide—and the hearts of its families with its lovable, quirky and mischievous personality. 

More information on Devon Rex


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