10 Most Adorable Cat Breeds on Earth

Cat lovers, this one is for you, but whether you like cats or not, you will be impressed by these cuties! The following list consists of some of the most cute and cuddly feline species in existence. We’re not talking about lions and tigers. Enjoy casting your eyes on these beautiful little darlings.

1. The ‘Munchkin’

1. The ‘Munchkin’

This fairly new breed is best identified not only by its small size, but by its short little legs as well. Aside from that feature, they are basically a mini-version of a regular house cat, but their tiny legs make them ten times more adorable. You just can’t take a gander at this little feline without falling in love!

2. The Bengal

2. The Bengal

This breed is easily confused for one that is wild, but the reality is they are very tame. Their markings closely resemble that of a leopard, but these cats are a much smaller, more docile version. If you have ever questioned whether domesticated cats are related to wild ones, this one will definitely eliminate any confusion.

3. The Maine Coon

3. The Maine Coon

These massive cats can actually reach up to 25 pounds in weight, and they can get to be over 2 feet long! Owners of these breed compare the experience to having a small lion running around the house. This is the largest of all tame cat breeds, and in addition to all this, they have very long, soft fur. No worries about them being dangerous or harmful. They are very loving and affectionate felines.

4. The Russian Blue

4. The Russian Blue

This gorgeous specimen is not really blue, but rather it is a deep shade of gray with deep green eyes. They are a short-hair variety, and are considered one of the best looking domesticated cats in existence.

5. The Birman

5. The Birman

This long-hair breed is breathtaking! They resemble Siamese, but the long fur they sport differentiates them from the norm. These cats originate from Burma, and they also feature a striking blue eye color which makes them stand out from the rest. Their bodies have cream-colored fur, and their faces, tail, and ears tend to be a darker brown. If you are looking for a beautiful pet, you have found it!

6. The Somali

6. The Somali

This may be an unfamiliar breed to you, but they will literally blow your mind visually. They tend to be red, ginger-colored, or brown in hue, and they feature very fluffy tails and manes. While they can really capture the interest of those who see them, they are downright adorable!

7. The Norwegian Forest

7. The Norwegian Forest

These incredible felines have amazingly soft long hair, and they are large for a domesticated cat. The fact is that their hair makes them appear far larger than they really are. With outstanding facial features, the Norwegian Forest breed is one of the most visually stunning cats around.

8. The Turkish Angora

8. The Turkish Angora

The Angora cat breed is very popular, and the Turkish Angora is one of the most beautiful of all! They are usually all white, with fur so soft you will be compelled to keep up the petting. Their fur is actually one characteristic which tells breeders they have hit the mark when making more. They typically have at least one blue eye, and while this tells breeders that a cat is predisposed to going deaf (the one blue eye will signify which ear they will go deaf in) they eye color compliments their fur beautifully.

9. The British Long-Hair

9. The British Long-Hair

This pudgy, fluffy breed is ideal for cat owners who like a cuddly pet. They have been often genetically associated with the Persians, and they have very thick, plush fur. There is no specific coloration for the British Long-hair, and they will win your heart with one glance.

10. The Egyptian Mau

10. The Egyptian Mau

These cats are unknown, for the most part, and resemble the Bengal except for their color. While they are mostly silver, they are known to be brownish in color as well. They feature gray dots over their silver fur, which is very appealing, and the best part is that they have outstanding expressions which on their faces which they love to show off. Enjoy one of these as your next cat choice!

1. The ‘Munchkin’