When compared to dogs, cats generally don’t make nearly as much noise. But, there are some cat breeds that are prone to being quite vocal. Each cat is different, so you may find that your cat isn’t one of the following breeds, but he’s the most vocal cat you’ve ever met. Burmese Never loud, but…

 

Hairless cats aren’t for everyone, but for those cat lovers who like cats with little to no hair, there are six breeds you may want to check out. Hairless cats vary; some hairless cats will have more or less hair than others. Even within the same breed, you may find some hairless cats with peach…

 

The Persian cat is native to the mountains of Persia and Turkey. In the 1600s, Pietro della Valle, an Italian traveler and writer, is credited with bringing the Persian cat to Europe. It wasn’t until the late 1800s when Persian cats were brought to the United States, where they quickly became the top cat in…

 

The origin of the Japanese Bobtail Cat is not 100% clear, but it is known that the breed has been in the Far East for several centuries, as numerous Japanese folklore mention a short-tailed cat. One popular story from Japanese folklore is about a cat whose tail was caught on fire by a spark from…

 

The American Bobtail isn’t a common breed found in many homes. It is a fairly new breed that developed in the late 1960s. The breed has a noticeable short cat tail, which is the result of a genetic mutation. The breed developed from a random mutation, even though some believe that it was the result…