These are some of the most popular kitten breeds.
If you are looking for more of an affectionate kitten, a Burmese kitten might be just what you are looking for.
In addition to being a beautiful feline, they are also a very loving and stay with you wherever you go. They love to be with their owners and are very smart cats and great companions.
There are a few different types of Burmese; the contemporary, traditional, and the European. The traditional has closer ties to the original breed.
- Medium Size
- Short Glassy Coat
- Stocky or slim body
- Rounded head
- Pronounced round and spaced eyes, or slightly slanted
- Fur Color or Sable, champagne, blue, platinum, brown, blue, chocolate, lilac, red, cream, seal tortie, brown tortie, blue tortie, chocolate tortie, or orlilac tortie.
The Siamese breed has been displayed in cartoon animations such as The Lady and the Tramp as well as other movies such as That Darn Cat. There is absolutely no denying that this cat is a beautiful animal and Siamese is a widely recognized breed no matter where you go.
This is one breed that is best cared for from infancy and they get devoted to the person who raised them. They can be a lot of fun to have if they fit your personality and lifestyle.
- Big Blue Eyes
- Gorgeous Coat
- White at Birth
- Light Body Color
- Darker color along face, tail, paws, and ears
- Medium to Large Sized
Where to Adopt a Siamese Kitten
Savannah kittens are the result of crossing a domesticated cat with a serval. A serval is a wild cat from Africa.
In 1986, a bengal breeder, crossbred a Siamese female with a male serval. The offspring of this mating was the start of the Savannah breed. By 1996, a breed standard was devised for the Savannah, and in 2001, the International Cat Association accepted the registration of the breed as stated earlier.
Savannahs are classified according to how many generations away they are from their serval relation. F1 means the kitten is about 53% serval, F2 is only about 29% serval. There are many classifications used with Savannahs in this manner. F1s are the hardest to breed because this group is usually the domesticated cat being directly bred with a serval instead of a serval and savannah or savannah-to-savannah combination.
- Fur color can include brown, gold, silver, black, or tan with spots
Russian Blue felines come from the area of Arkhangelsk Oblast, Russia in the northern part of European Russia by the White Sea.
- High energy level
- Double layer of fur
- Strong Immune System
If you want a kitten but don’t want to have to worry about its tail swishing you in the face or knocking down knickknacks, you might just find yourself interested in a Manx.
This cat tends to find one companion in particular that they truly love, but are great with all family members, and they love children.
- No tail or a stubby tail
- Roundish head and behind
- Short, glossy coat
If you are looking for a spotted kitten, the Egyptian Mau is the way to go. They are the only natural breed that sports spots. They are a very beautiful and graceful feline.
- Round Head
- Almond shaped slanted green eyes
- Medium to Large Shaped Ears
- Spotting of various shape, size, and location
- M shaped mark on forehead
- Beautiful medium length coats
- Various colored fur
This kitten is a great pick if you are looking for a feline friend that is fun and entertaining.
- Almond Shaped Green or Gold eyes
- Striking ticked pattern
- Ruddy, Red, or Blue fur
- Soft, silky medium length coat
Where to Adopt an Abyssinian
Russians called these adorable little cats “Stalingrad Kangaroo Cats”, and they have been found in other parts of Europe for many years.
Munchkins are some of the cutest kittens around. They’re easy to handle, and they are very easy to bond with if you handle them with love and care. They’re also lots of fun for kids.
- Sweet Nature
- Short Legs
- 4 to 9 pounds
- Medium Sized
- Plush coat or a coat that is silky and semi-long
- Wide variety of colors with a wide range of patterns.
There are many people around the world that are allergic to cats, but there is a breed of kitten that is considered – the Siberian kitten. If you are allergic to cats but still want one of your own, you should definitely consider one of these adorable kittens.
- Long Haired
- High Jumpers
- Weighs up to 20 pounds
- Patterned medium length plush fur
- Skin may be slightly blue
Where to Adopt a Siberian
If you are truly looking for a cat that you can pet, groom, and fawn over the Persian might be just what you are looking for.
The Persian is one of the top breeds that comes to mind for white kittens and these cats are one of the oldest favorites.
- Tons of hair
- Long Shiny Coat
- White Fur mixed with Black and Brown
- Heavy Boned
- Broad, Round Appearance
The International Cat Association regards the Himalayan as a separate breed, yet the Cat Fanciers’ Association looks at the Himalayan breed as just a color variety of the Persian breed.
There are two kinds of Himalayan kittens: the Ultra-face or the Peke and the Doll-face or the Traditional.
- Heavily Boned
- Broad, Round Body
- Low Set, Small, Rounded Ears
- Round Eyes
- Full Cheeks
- Prominent Chin
- Short Legs
- High Jumpers
- Susceptible to a gene that causes Polycystic kidney disease or PKD