The Most Beautiful Cat’s Breeds

In our hearts, cats are wonderful and ideal companions for people, just like dogs. Their playful nature will give us a lifetime of joy, happiness, and love. From breathtaking fur pretty purebreds to fantastic paws with blue gorgeous eyes, these beautiful cat breeds will make you fall in love deeply with them no matter how hard you try to resist.

Here we have listed 10 most glamorous cat breeds all over the world. Keep reading to find out more in detail.

  • Persian Cat

Persian cats are one of the most popular, attractive, and oldest cat breed originated in Iran. It’s flowing silky coat and sweet “open-pansy” face have combined to make the Persian most popular behold cat breed. The color variations of their silky coat can be found in more than 80 colors including white, black, gold, blue, cream, silver, and lilac. Their coat requires daily maintains such as cleaning, brushing, and combing. They have deep blue/ blue-green or brown colors of eyes and a modern Persian cat comes in shapely body, full cheeks, rounded head with massive shoulders, short nose, and legs. They prefer an extremely quiet and calm nature.

  • Lifetime: 10-15 years
  • Length: 14-18 inches
  • Weight: 7-12 pounds
  • Scottish Fold

The Scottish fold cat breeds are famous as a furry companion and for their small forward and down folded ears. As the name implies, this breed originated in Scotland. Unlike most cats breeds, Folds do not make a fuss about noisy or other pets. They can highly adjustable to any place. They have large rounded beautiful eyes and a round face. The eye color depends on their coat color.

  • Lifetime: 11 to 14 years
  • Length: 10-12 inches
  • Weight: 6 -13 pounds
  • Birman

The Birmans are one of the most gorgeous cat breeds which are originated in Burma with a silky, medium-length coat. They got darker pointed pattern color in their points, face, ears, legs, and tail and a lighter color on their belly and chest. It is a largish cat with glossy blue eyes and short cute legs.  Birman cats found in lots of different colors. Also, they are famous as a people-oriented, independent, sociable pet who loves to play along.

  • Lifetime: 12-16 years
  • Length: 15-18 inches
  • Weight: 6-12 pounds
  • Ragdoll

If you’re looking for a cuddle companion, you can’t find a much better pet rather than Ragdoll cats which are originated in California. They can be trained easily using a positive reinforcement method. Ragdolls stand out for their color point soft and silky coat and blue eyes.

  • Lifetime: 12-17 years
  • Length: 17-21 inches
  • Weight: 10-20 pounds
  • Russian Blue

This cat breed is known as a little bit shy at first (especially when you have guests), sweet-tempered, affectionate cat who will follow its owner everywhere. They have a short dark gray/silver coat, emerald green eyes, and wedge-shaped head. Russian Blues are active but not much overly so. They might find a quiet, cool place to have their nap.

  • Lifetime: 15-20 years
  • Length: Medium to large
  • Weight: 7-12 pounds
  • Maine Coon

Famous as a “gentle giant,” which is the oldest cat breed of America. Also, Maine Coons are recognizing as the biggest domesticated cat breed in the world. They are people-oriented, and extremely affectionate cat breed. Their smooth thick coat (water-resistant) comes in a variety of patterns and different colors such as white, green, cream, copper, and silver.

  • Lifetime: 9-15 years
  • Length: 30-40 inches
  • Weight: 9-18 pounds
  • Siamese

Thanks to their eye-catching appearance and blue-eye, Siamese is extremely popular cat breeds among all over the world, as well as one of the oldest. They were considered as a sacred cat in the old centuries and used them to guard Buddhist temples. The Siamese breed comes in a wide variety of patterns and colors. This breed is famous for its intelligence which means they can be trained by their owners.

  • Lifetime: 8-15 years
  • Length: 15-20 inches
  • Weight: 6-14 pounds
  • Abyssinian

Abyssinian cats are one of the oldest intelligent cat breeds which are originated in Abyssinia (Ethiopia). With wedge-shaped ears, slender, strong muscular body, and pointed ears, the Abyssinian cats look like royalty. Even though they don’t like to curl up in your lap, they enjoy human company.

  • Lifetime: 9-13 years
  • Length: Medium
  • Weight: 8-12 pounds
  • Toyger

This Toyger breed was developed in the United States, 1980 by crossing standard Bengal cat and a DSH cat. Toyger’s forehead, long tail, and medium-sized muscular body with a light orange colored coat is looking similar like a tiny tiger. They are categorizing as one of the most energetic and intelligent cat breeds which can be trained easily.

  • Lifetime: 10 -15 years
  • Length: Medium size
  • Weight: 7-15 pounds
  1. Ojos Azules

Ojos Azules got their name because of their beautiful blue eyes; Ojos Azules means ‘blue eyes’ in Spanish. They are friendly, active cat breed with a silky and soft coat. Some of their characteristics are; large rounded eyes, rounded forehead,  triangular-shaped head. Ojos prefer to be in their owner’s lap.

  • Lifetime: 10-12 years
  • Length: Medium size
  • Weight: 9-12 lbs