Majestic and robust, the Maine Coon is a natural-born survivor, known for its long fur and large size.
The Norwegian Forest Cat is built for winter with its thick, water-repellent double coat and tufted ears.
Hailing from Russia, the Siberian cat boasts a dense, triple-layered coat that keeps it warm even in freezing temperatures.
While the Ragdoll may have a silky coat, it has a warm heart. Known for their docile temperament
With its plush and dense fur, the British Shorthair is a cozy companion for chilly days. Originating from the UK, this breed has a stocky build and a resilient nature.
The American Bobtail's thick, shaggy coat provides insulation against the cold. Its playful and adventurous personality
Similar to the Norwegian Forest Cat, the Siberian Forest Cat has a luxurious, water-repellent coat that protects it from harsh weather conditions.
The Scottish Fold may have folded ears, but it also has a dense coat that helps it cope with colder temperatures. Its affectionate nature makes it a wonderful lap cat.