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Cutest Cat Breeds In The World

If you’re a fan of cats then you know they can be some of the most adorable pets on the planet. From their playful character to their warm personality, cats are definitely some of the cutest pets. So what are the cutest cat breeds out there? We decided to settle the debate for you by putting together a list of the top 9 cutest cat breeds in the world along with photos of each.

1. Ragdoll


The Ragdoll cat tops our list of cutest cat breeds. They are known for their blue eyes and light coat color. Some ragdoll cats can also be bicolor or mitted. It’s a unique breed in that it has a distinct behavior pattern. Not only are they normally calm in behavior, but many of them go limp when picked up. 

2. Munchkin


Cute and bite-sized, the Munchkin cat breed is sure to tug on your heart. These little fur babies are also called Sausage cats because of their compact stature. They have very short legs due to a genetic mutation, but they are perfectly happy. Munchkin cats normally weigh between 5 to 8 pounds. The coat of the cat is similar to what you’ll find in a domestic cat. It’s plush and can be found in a variety of colors and designs. 

3. Russian Blue

russian blue

Next on our list is the Russian Blue. They have an amazingly beautiful gray coat, that’s short and dense. Many of them have yellow eyes with green pupils. These cats are rare and usually expensive to own. Their short coat makes them more hypoallergenic than other cat breeds. There is very little grooming or hair to clean up. They have a calm personality and tend to attach heavily to their owners. 

4. Siamese

siamese cat

With big blue eyes, Siamese cats are very popular cute cats. These cats have been around since the ancient days living alongside humans. It’s an Asian cat breed with a colorpoint coat. They are also considered to be one of the most intelligent cat breeds. Because of their playful character and comfort with humans, they are often compared to dogs. They are known for their long bodies which are muscular. The head is also triangular in shape. 

5. Scottish Fold

scottish fold

Scottish folds are known for their unique appearance. Instead of pointed ears, their ears remain folded down. This is caused by a gene mutation. They are comparable to an owl. The coat is usually a dark gray color, although other colors and variations such as bicolor are also common. These cats are also rare making them more expensive than other breeds. They are friendly cats and are generally healthy. Their coat is dense so they do not require much grooming.  

6. Persian

persian cat

Persian cats are widely popular, having been featured in movies and television. It’s a long-haired cat that requires a lot of grooming. The coat pattern varies, but it’s usually a combination of light colors. It’s purebred, so they are quite expensive to own. The average weight is between 7 to 12 pounds. They have a medium lifespan and originate from Persia. 

7. Birman

birman cat

Birman cats have blue eyes making them incredibly cute. Both male and female Birman cats end up being quite large in length and weight. While they don’t have a long life expectancy, they are still worth owning. Because of their long hair, they will need constant grooming. This breed comes in some of the more rare cat coat colors. This includes Chocolate, Cream, and even Cinnamon. They are pointed cats who usually have white feet and a darker coat. 

8. Siberian

siberian cat

Siberian cats have been around for centuries. They originated from Russia. Most Siberian cats are medium to large in size. They have long-haired coats. Although they can be large in size, they are incredibly agile. This is due to their build. Siberian cats have longer hind legs and shorter front legs. 

9. Bengal

bengal cat

If you’re looking for a cute cat that resembles the wild, then a Bengal cat is a great choice. Bengal cats have a unique coat pattern and color combination that resemble tigers. They were created from a hybrid of other cat breeds including the Asian leopard cat and Egyptian Mau. Despite their look, they are not known to be aggressive cats. They are shorthaired cats and don’t tend to shed very much. 

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