10 Flat Face Cat Breeds in 2024 That You Must Know

The Siamese

The ocelot, also known as the dwarf leopard, is a small wild cat once found in Arkansas and Louisiana. Now, it’s primarily located in Arizona and southern Texas

Maine Coon

Maine Coons, known as "gentle giants," have water-resistant fur and often extra toes. Friendly and trainable, they adapt well to families and even appeared in the Harry Potter films.

Persian Cat

Persian cats, famous for their flat faces, require dedicated grooming due to their long fur. Calm and affectionate, they prefer quiet homes and bond closely with their owners.

Bengal Cat

Bengals have fur that feels like rabbit hair and love mental stimulation. Intelligent and trainable, they need plenty of activities to avoid "redecorating" your home.

Ragdoll Cat

Ragdolls have striking blue eyes and are born all white, with colors emerging after one to two weeks. They can learn to play fetch and greet owners at the door, reaching maturity at age four.

Scottish Fold

Scottish Folds have a genetic mutation that causes their ears to fold. Born with straight ears, the fold develops over time, with three degrees: single, double, and triple folds.

Sphynx Cat

Sphynx cats, originating from Toronto in 1966, have furless, wrinkly skin. They require regular baths due to oily skin and love basking in the sun, but need protection to avoid sunburn.


Abyssinians retain a kitten-like aspect into adulthood and are very curious, often learning to open cabinets and use light switches. They enjoy playing and can get along with friendly dogs.

Devon Rex

Devon Rex cats have large ears and diverse coat colors. They stop growing by one year, weigh six to nine pounds, enjoy wearing sweaters, and make excellent travel companions.

British Shorthair

British Shorthairs, nearly extinct after the World Wars, are social and quiet. They get along well with other pets and need monitored diets to avoid obesity.

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