Known for their distinctive flat faces and long, flowing coats, Persians are one of the most recognized long-haired breeds. They are calm, gentle, and enjoy a quiet environment.
One of the largest domesticated cat breeds, Maine Coons are friendly, affectionate, and have a distinctive ruff along their chest, bushy tails, and tufted ears.
This breed is robust and hardy, originally bred to withstand the cold climates of Scandinavia. They are friendly, intelligent, and have a lush, water-resistant coat.
Named for their tendency to go limp when picked up, Ragdolls are gentle, laid-back, and affectionate cats, known for their striking blue eyes and semi-long silky fur.
Birmans are known for their striking sapphire blue eyes and a creamy coat with contrasting color points. They are affectionate, gentle, and enjoy being part of the family.
A cross between a Persian and a Siamese, Himalayans have the long fur of a Persian and the color points of a Siamese. They are sweet-tempered, playful, and enjoy attention.
This breed is known for its dense, water-resistant coat, making it well-suited for cold climates. Siberians are agile, strong, and affectionate, often forming strong bonds with their families.
Essentially a long-haired Siamese, the Balinese has a silky, flowing coat and svelte body. They are vocal, intelligent, and known for their playful, affectionate nature.
One of the oldest cat breeds, the Turkish Angora is elegant, with a silky, flowing coat and a bushy tail. They are energetic, intelligent, and can be quite assertive in their interactions.
A long-haired version of the Abyssinian, Somalis have a distinctive ticked coat, bushy tails, and large ears. They are playful, curious, and enjoy being the center of attention.