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Despite the fact that cats are by far the most popular pet in the world (there are over 80 million of those furballs roaming the globe), our feline friends get a lot of bad press. Cat haters believe that cats are selfish and unfriendly and that they will not show their owners as much love or affection as dogs are known to do. What a travesty! Allow me to persuade you otherwise.
This incorrect assumption stems from the misconception that cats dislike the human company. While some cats can be solitary and even grumpy, there are a plethora of breeds that adore (and even thrive on!) human attention. According to Scientific American, cats literally taught themselves to meow at a certain pitch in order to entice humans to care for them! That (a) is pretty clever, and (b) demonstrates that cats actually want to spend time with us. Okay, I’m not trying to be a cat fangirl, so let’s move on. Also, you must try to play this Which Cat Breed Are You quiz.
Which Cat Breed Are You?
If you’re thinking about getting a cat—which I assume you are because you’re reading this—why not go with an easygoing breed that is known for living happily indoors? Do you know what I mean? Set yourself up for success. If you ask me, all cats are created equal, but in the spirit of service journalism, I’ve researched the 15 best cat breeds that are purrrfect for both first-time pet owners and seasoned cat ladies due to their calm demeanors and cuddly personalities.
Ragdolls are popular pets because they adore humans—so much so that they frequently accompany their owners around the house from morning to night. This could be your cat’s soul mate if you’re looking for a 15-pound semi-long-haired BFF who sticks to you like glue. Taylor Swift’s newest addition to her ever-expanding cat family is a Ragdoll, so you know it’s a real breed.
Maine coons are well-known for their large size (the most famous of them weighing in at 30 pounds! ), but their friendly personalities are what makes them such a popular house cat breed. Maine coons are sometimes compared to dogs because they are so sociable—they love to play and join you in whatever you’re doing. My family’s Maine coon once followed me into the SHOWER. So, if you’re looking for a low-maintenance cat, I wouldn’t recommend a Maine coon. Consider them a quieter puppy that you won’t have to walk with every day.
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Because American shorthairs have long lifespans, they’re a popular choice for families looking for a pet for their children to grow up with. (I’m not crying; YOU are.) They’re also known for being extremely gentle with children and dogs (!!! ), so they might be an especially good fit for you if you already have babies (human or furry!) in your life. I almost forgot to mention that these guys are also low maintenance, which means you won’t have to brush them as frequently. They’re like fluffy little angels.
Depending on how much of a Swiftie you are, you may already be familiar with the Scottish fold elite cat breed. Their folded ears give them their name, and their large eyes give them a distinct appearance. Scottish folds are medium-sized breeds (9 to 13 pounds) that are completely devoted to their owners. They thrive on human affection and are unfazed by loud noises, making them an excellent choice for city dwellers.
These kitties have beautiful ombré fur in four different colors. Somali thrive when they have a dependable person who pays close attention to them, and they enjoy playing just as much as they enjoy cuddling. They’re also extremely intelligent cats, so don’t be surprised if they figure out how to get the catnip from the top shelf while you’re at work.
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