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4 Most Loving Cat Breeds

by Sam Salvati - 10/18/19

Many cats defy their unfriendly reputation. You won't struggle to find a friendly cat breed. Here’s a list of cat breeds that are practically guaranteed to enjoy your affection and company.

Siamese

friendly siamese kitten

Siamese cats are universally regarded as very fun-loving companions. They are also are known and loved for their bold, animated personalities and their signature blue eyes. If you're looking for a passionately social and uniquely smart cat, the siamese should be on your radar.

Scottish Fold

grey scottish fold

In a Scottish Fold, you'll find a gentle, friendly, and loving cat that is equally adorable. Scottish Folds are there to please you, constantly following you around. This breed is even known to be patient and caring with young children. You can also find unique and cute folded ears on most Scottish Folds (but not every Scottish Fold develops folded ears).

Birman

birman playing in the leaves

Generally known for its astonishing beauty, the blue-eyed Birman will be by your side at all times. Birmans are willing to accommodate to your needs - if you're having a bad day, the Birman is there to comfort you. If you're in a playful mood, the Birman will match your energy and enthusiasm. As easygoing companions, Birmans can mix with humans and animals of all kinds.

Burmese

black and white burmese

You'll effortlessly find a reliable companion in a Burmese. Very social and playful, the Burmese is a perfect family cat. They will always provide company when needed. Any time you're bringing home a new cat, certain preparatory steps must be taken. Take your new friend to the vet to get vaccinated, and make sure you research how to introduce a new cat.

Pasadena native Sam Salvati is the adoring dog dad to Pablo, Ester and Farris. He enjoys keeping abreast of and writing about the latest developments in pet care.

References

  1. https://iheartcats.com/5-things-you-didnt-know-about-the-scottish-fold/
  2. https://scratchpay.com/blog/how-to-introduce-a-new-cat
  3. https://scratchpay.com/blog/what-breed-is-my-cat