5 Things You Didn't Know About Bengal Cats

5 Things You Didn't Know About Bengal Cats

With its beautiful, exotic-looking coat, large ears and green eyes, the Bengal cat looks like a Bengal tiger. A much smaller tiger, that is. Learn more about this hybrid breed.

5 Things You Didn't Know About Munchkin Cats

5 Things You Didn't Know About Munchkin Cats

Since its official debut in 1991, the munchkin cat has continued to surpass expectations: cat fancier experts predicted it would be short-lived…

5 Things You Didn't Know About Scottish Fold Cats

5 Things You Didn't Know About Scottish Fold Cats

These friendly and affectionate cats are known for their tucked ears, large eyes and round face. Do you know these five facts?

Misconceptions about Black Cats

Misconceptions about Black Cats

Black cats have long been the subject of superstition and suspicion, reaching a pinnacle of fear during the Salem witch trials. We tackle a few of the more common misconceptions about black cats.

Top 10 Cat Breeds of 2016

Top 10 Cat Breeds of 2016

The Cat Fanciers' Association, the world's largest registry of pedigree cats, has announced which cat breeds were most popular in 2016.

Top 10 Cat Breeds

Top 10 Cat Breeds

The Cat Fanciers' Association, the world's largest registry of pedigree cats, has announced which cat breeds were most popular in 2016.

Bombay Cats

Bombay Cats

Exotic animal enthusiasts often look for pets with a unique appearance, something that might be reminiscent of a wild species. The American Bombay cat is no exception.

10 Best Cat Breeds for Kids

10 Best Cat Breeds for Kids

Thinking about bringing home a cat for your younger family members? To help you make a decision, we’ve compiled a list of 10 of the most kid-friendly cat breeds.

Aegean Cats

Aegean Cats

Greek history runs deep with tales of mythology, gods and epic battles. It should come as no surprise, then, that an unassuming cat roaming the Greek ruins for centuries has...

American Bobtail Cats

American Bobtail Cats

One of the relatively more recent breeds of cats, American bobtail cats were first recognized as a breed in 2000, and gained championship status in 2006.

American Curl Cats

American Curl Cats

Without having seen the American curl cat, you may wonder what "curl" refers to. Does it have a curly coat? Is "curl" the name of the city from which the cat was originally bred?

American Shorthair Cats

American Shorthair Cats

The American shorthair cat has a reputation as “America’s breed.” The first cats of this type were brought over from Europe with early settlers.