Singapura, the tiniest cat breed from Singapore, weighs 4-8 lbs. Adorable and lovable, they impress with their playful nature and muscular build.
Munchkins: Shortest cat breed due to genetic mutation, some ethical concerns. Guinness World Record: Lilieput, 5.25 inches tall. Controversial breeding.
Cornish Rex: Striking look with long legs, tight curly coat, oversized ears, and engaging personality. Originated in England, gaining global popularity. 11-15" tall, 6-10 lbs.
American Curls: Petite, unique ears, 8-12lbs. Soft fur, playful and affectionate. Not lap cats, but great pets.
Devon Rex: A cute "pixie cat" breed with a compact size (6-9 lbs) and kitten-like features - triangular head, large ears, and bright eyes.
Japanese bobtail: small, slender, and intelligent cat breed. Originated in Asia, protected Japan's silk trade from rodents. Popular housepet. 5-10 lbs, 8-9 inches.
Siamese: Oldest, smallest cat breed. Lean, muscular, 8-12lbs. Females stay under 8lbs. Vocal and expressive.
Burmese cats: small, stocky, big-brained. Avg weight 6-14lbs, height 10-12in. Clever: solve puzzles, fetch toys. #SmartFelineFun
LaPerms: Curly-furred, 5-8 lb cats, developed by Linda & Dick Koehl in Oregon. Mutation from pest control cats in the early 1980s.
Abys, 6-9lbs, oldest breed, intelligent, energetic, clownish. Love people, prone to separation anxiety. Colorful coat, wild cat look.