The Maine Coon is known in the cat fancy as the "gentle giant". This gentle breed gets along well with children, other cats and dogs. This sociable cat prefers to be with their humans and to help in every activity. The breed has been described as owning a dog in cat clothes. Welcome a Maine Coon into your family, and you will join the thousands who sing the praises of this large, handsome, gentle, and affectionate breed.
These are sturdy, dense-coated, purring, teddy bear cats with large round eyes. Another thing that draws people to the British Shorthair is their size. Although they are not huge like the Maine Coon, they are a medium to large cat. They are a slow maturing breed and do not reach their full size until three years of age.
The British Shorthair has a very calm temperament and adapts perfectly to living with people and other animals. It is renown for being incredibly gentle and relaxed. Even though it is an ideal pet, loving cuddles and affection, it is just as happy being alone. Thanks to its zen nature, it won't mind if you're absent during the day.
This is a sweet, calm cat who enjoys being around people. He’s adaptable to many different environments and can get along well with children, other cats, and friendly dogs. Folds frequently stand on their hind legs, for all the world like meerkats on a nature show, or arrange themselves in other unusual positions. They like to play fetch and will follow their people around the house. You’re never lonely when you have a Scottish Fold. The Fold isn’t a talkative breed, but when he does make noise, it’s in a soft, small voice.
The Exotic Shorthair personality is extremely friendly, with characteristics akin to those of a dog or kitten.
They are playful, curious, and very affectionate. However, like many a cat, they value their independence and alone time too.
Still, they don’t enjoy being left alone too often.
The Exotic Shorthair cat can become very attached to their owners and can even get depressed if they are left to sit in an empty house all day long.