The Top #Cat Breeds of 2015, based on fan votes from around the world! Did your favorites make the list?

The Top #Cat Breeds of 2015, based on fan votes from around the world! Did your favorites make the list?

Find the purrfect addition to your family with one of these variety of cat breeds. From Burmese to Birman and Maine Coone to Manx, finding the next pawesome member of your family is just a click away. If you have children, discover PetCentric.com’s list of cats that will make for a good companion to children of any age!

Find the purrfect addition to your family with one of these variety of cat breeds. From Burmese to Birman and Maine Coone to Manx, finding the next pawesome member of your family is just a click away. If you have children, discover PetCentric.com’s list of cats that will make for a good companion to children of any age!

Maine Coon cat - can rival the size of small dogs and are highly intelligent, playful and energetic. Thrive in families that include children and other pets, including dogs. They have been known to stretch up, wrap their front paws on door knobs and open doors.

Maine Coon cat - can rival the size of small dogs and are highly intelligent, playful and energetic. Thrive in families that include children and other pets, including dogs. They have been known to stretch up, wrap their front paws on door knobs and open doors.

Birmans maintain a balance between playfulness and affection. These adaptable cats like playing games with other pets and children, but also appreciate a good cuddle when everything has calmed down. Not steadfast lap cats, Birmans will occupy themselves for periods of time and they eagerly seek you out for a good head scratch. Because of this flexible attitude, Birmans usually do not have trouble warming up to new guests.

Birmans maintain a balance between playfulness and affection. These adaptable cats like playing games with other pets and children, but also appreciate a good cuddle when everything has calmed down. Not steadfast lap cats, Birmans will occupy themselves for periods of time and they eagerly seek you out for a good head scratch. Because of this flexible attitude, Birmans usually do not have trouble warming up to new guests.

Ragdoll is a very intelligent blue eyed cat breed. They learn very quickly from the dogs and always copy the styles of a puppy. It looks very amazing when they act like a dog. And they grow very big in size relatively. A male ragdoll may weigh about 15lbs.

Ragdoll is a very intelligent blue eyed cat breed. They learn very quickly from the dogs and always copy the styles of a puppy. It looks very amazing when they act like a dog. And they grow very big in size relatively. A male ragdoll may weigh about 15lbs.

The Somali is a cat breed created from long-haired Abyssinian cats. The breed appeared in the 1950s from Abyssinian breeding programs when a number of Abyssinian kittens were born with bottle-brush tails and long fluffy coats. Abyssinians and Somalis share similar personalities — intelligent, playful, curious — however Somalis are more relaxed and easygoing than the more active Abyssinians

The Somali is a cat breed created from long-haired Abyssinian cats. The breed appeared in the 1950s from Abyssinian breeding programs when a number of Abyssinian kittens were born with bottle-brush tails and long fluffy coats. Abyssinians and Somalis share similar personalities — intelligent, playful, curious — however Somalis are more relaxed and easygoing than the more active Abyssinians

The Scottish Fold is a breed of cat with a natural dominant-gene mutation that makes its ear cartilage contain a fold, causing the ears to bend forward and down towards the front of their head, which gives the cat what is often described as an "owl-like" appearance. Originally called lop-eared or just lops after the lop-eared rabbit, Scottish Fold became the breed's name in 1966.

The Scottish Fold is a breed of cat with a natural dominant-gene mutation that makes its ear cartilage contain a fold, causing the ears to bend forward and down towards the front of their head, which gives the cat what is often described as an "owl-like" appearance. Originally called lop-eared or just lops after the lop-eared rabbit, Scottish Fold became the breed's name in 1966.

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