Ragdoll cats have topped the list as the most popular cat breed in America for the third consecutive year.
Maine Coon cats, sometimes known as the gentle giant of the feline world, are the second most popular cat breed in the United States.
Exotic Shorthair cats, developed as short-haired counterparts of the Persian, come in at number three.
Also known as the Persian longhair, these adorable creatures have a coat that is far fluffier than that of their ancestors.
In addition to their caring attitude, they are also very intelligent.
Popular cats such as the British Shorthair are prized for their low-maintenance fur and cuddly look.
This beauty's short hair displays an exquisite, thin body that is designed for effective fence-hopping.
These adorable creatures were very adept at defending goods from mice and rats, but for them it was all in good fun.
We can understand why the Scottish fold is one of the most popular housecat breeds, ranking ninth on Cat Fanciers' list.
These adorable cats, also known as the Canadian Sphynx, were produced in the 1960s via selective breeding.