Small cat breeds
When we bring a kittie home, they are so tiny and defenceless that we wished they stayed like that. Fortunately, there are some small cat breeds that keep the fun size. Let’s check out some of them and prove that the best things always come in smaller packages.
These small cat breeds wear the crown for being the smallest cat breed with a whopping 4 to 8 pounds. The Singapura cat keeps its kitten size long into adulthood. They are playful, curious, and adventurous. Although they are pretty energetic, they are still cats and will not overlook a chance to doze off. If you are feeling a bit under the weather, they will take care of you.
The curly coat of the Cornish Rex is its cover letter. This small cat originated in Cornwall -King Arthur’s birthplace and has a standard weight of 6 to 10 pounds. Their build is sturdy, leggy, and slim. He is pretty vocal and very active as well, so expect to have a friend that is always on the move. One very important thing about this kittie’s anatomy is that their paws allow them to easily open cabinets and drawers, so make sure you secure those.
The Devon Rex is a very close relative to the Cornish Rex. They actually share the same genetic build, home country, and tiny size (between 5 and 10 pounds). This proud member of the small cat breeds originated in Devonshire. This cat is known for being mischievous and agile. It is common to see him perched on the shoulder of his humans and will always seek the warmest spot possible, mainly under covers.
American Curl is a forever-young and an always childish soul. This has earned him the name of the “Peter Pan” of the cat world. These cats weigh between 5 and 10 pounds and have such a nice personality. Children are a favourite that this cat seeks to play with! One characteristic trait of the American Curl is the curly turn of their ears. Interestingly enough, at birth their ears are straight; they start curling after 2 to 10 days.
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