Bombay Cats: The Bombay is recognised for his sleek black coat (which some claim resembles patent leather). They were first bred in the 1950s by crossing a Domestic Shorthair and a Burmese.
Chantilly-Tiffany: The Chantilly-Tiffany cat comes in a variety of colours (chocolate, cinnamon, and lilac), but it often has a smooth black coat with a silky texture.
Persian: The Persian is everyone's favourite flat-faced cat. This cat is easily recognised by its smooth, glossy black coat.
Maine Coon: The Maine Coon cat is one of the largest cat breeds, setting numerous Guinness Records for its size, weight, and length.
Cornish Rex: The Cornish Rex is a unique-looking cat with a bent body, huge ears, and short, curly hair that feels like lamb coats to the touch. .
Selkirk Rex: The Selkirk Rex is known for its easygoing and relaxed personality, making it an ideal pet. A "dominant, spontaneous mutation" produced this breed's silky and slightly curled coat.
Devon Rex: The Devon Rex is often known as the "pixie" among cat breeds due to their playful personality. This breed's small to medium physique is clothed with a short, silky, wavy coat.
American Shorthair: The American Shorthair is one of the most popular cat breeds in the United States. They originated in North America as working cats, mostly used for rodent control.