Every cat comes with its own distinct personality, which can always differ from the breed standard, but if you are looking for an extra-friendly feline than these cats could make the purrfect picks.
Top 10 Most Friendliest Cat Breeds
The Maine coon is one of those cats that can get along with just about everyone, animal or human. This breed can easily adjust its personality from playful to relaxed, and equally enjoys play and cuddle sessions. This flexibility also makes this breed a great travel companion, especially since most Maine coons take to leash training easily. These cats will let you know how special you are to them by frequently giving you head butts and following you from room to room.
The Abyssinian is all about activity. This breed is active, intelligent and adores playing games. The Abyssinian is undiscriminating when it comes to playmates. They enjoy interacting with people of all ages, family and strangers. The Abyssinian's adaptability makes it a great choice for parents who want a cat that can hang out with their little ones.
The Burmese is a people pussycat. These kitties thrive on attention and quickly gets it with their charming demeanor. Burmese cats love to "talk" about their day while parked in your lap. They are happy to accept attention from any person or pet willing to dish it out. In fact, Burmese cats thrive on affection so much that experts recommend adopting another animals to keep them company if you are often out of the home.
The Manx is known for not having a tail, but that doesn't stop this breed from socializing. Smart and observant Manx cats are quick to join in on social gatherings and games. They love to play fetch and try out new toys. These kitties adore company and especially appreciate those who are willing to listen to them "talk" about their day. Once you gain a Manx's trust, which shouldn't take very long, the cat will always be a dedicated companion to you.
Ragdolls got their name for the limp body position they have when getting attention. This breed is basically built for affection. Ragdolls are laid-back, and are often willing to put up with a lot if it means getting attention. This breed is not big on exploring, preferring to follow owners around the house and stay within petting distance. These cats usually keep this affectionate, kitten-like demeanor into old age.
The Singapura is one of the smallest breeds of cats, noted for its large eyes and ears, brown ticked coat and blunt tail. Reportedly established from three "drain cats" imported from Singapore in the 1970s, it was later revealed that the cats were originally sent to Singapore from the US before they were exported back to the US. Investigations by the Cat Fanciers' Association (CFA) concluded no wrongdoing and the Singapura kept its status as a natural breed.
Birmans maintain a balance between playfulness and affection. These adaptable cats like playing games with other pets and children, but also appreciate a good cuddle when everything has calmed down. Not steadfast lap cats, Birmans will occupy themselves for periods of time and they eagerly seek you out for a good head scratch. Because of this flexible attitude, Birmans usually do not have trouble warming up to new guests.
Bombay is the name given to black cats of the Asian group.It is a cat of Burmese type with a black coat, toes, nose, and copper eyes. The close-lying, sleek and glossy black coat should be coloured to the roots, with little or no paling. The Bombay is a shorthair breed of domestic cat, closely related to the Burmese.The Bombay cat has a medium body build that is muscular.Their weight should be six to ten pounds (~2.5–4.5 kg) with males typically being heavier than females.If healthy, the Bombay can live approximately 15 to 20 years.
The Somali is another cat breed that takes a more active approach to getting attention. This breed lives to play games and try puzzles, and is eager to do it with anyone who is interested. Their high energy levels and love for bonding make Somalis ideal for agility training. While this breed loves attention, they do not like to share it with other pets. Somalis seem to thrive best when they are the only pet and are the furry spotlight of a home.
Love the easy-going, affectionate disposition of the Persian but crave a kitty with more playful action? Then I’m pluperfect for you, since I possess all the gentle devotion of the Persian but with an active, playful edge.I even come with a shorter coat, which means you can spend more time playing with rather than grooming me.But unlike the other friendly felines on this list,I tend to shy away from noisy,bustling activity so I may not be so sociable toward groups of strangers.