Certain cat breeds act more canine than feline with traits like sociability, increased need for affection, an affinity for water, playing fetch, greeting their owners, and even learning basic dog-like commands–all things that most cats just don’t seem to have the time for!
Attention CatTime readers: You have spoken! We’ve found the 25 most popular cat breeds on CatTime–the ones you click on most in our cat breed section! Remember that you can always find a great cat to add to your family at a shelter or rescue. Adopt! Don’t shop!
We all know cats hate water, right? Not so fast! Plenty of domestic cats think taking a dip in a lake, getting in the shower with you, or just splashing around in their water dish is the most fun ever. Here are a few cat breeds who love the water.
Cats are good at figuring things out for themselves. They’re naturally curious, great explorers, and good at making a toy out of anything. If you’re not careful, your cat might outsmart you sometimes. Here are ten of the smartest cat breeds in the world.
One of the key things any family needs to take into account when considering getting a pet is whether or not the animal is kid friendly.
Cats are known for being independent, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t loving and affectionate. These breeds are happy to follow you around and snuggle in your lap.
If you think of cats as being aloof and independent, it’s only because you haven’t yet met a Tonkinese.
What were the most-searched cats on CatTime in 2012? Find out as we present the felines who got the most page views in the CatTime Breed Center — is your favorite on the list?