6 Fluffiest Cat Breeds

If you’re looking for a furry friend who will keep you warm on cold winter nights, one of these fluffy cat breeds might be right for you!

Bambino Di Gatto

Bambinos are the result of breeding between American Shorthair and Persian cats, both of which are considered to be domestic cat breeds. They have a medium-sized body, large round eyes with long hair on their ears that make them look like teddy bears. Their fur is thick and long around their necks making it appear short from a distance but when they move closer, you will notice the long thick coat of fur covering their bodies. This breed is very popular in some parts of Europe because of its appearance and personality which makes it suited for life inside the city apartment. Despite being so fluffy, however, bambinos do not need an excessive amount of care compared to other fluffier breeds.

Selkirk Rex

Selkirk Rex cats are a breed that was first discovered in the United States in 1987. They are known for their curly hair which gives them a very unique appearance. Their coat can be either straight or wavy and comes in a variety of colours including black, white, cream, blue, and red. Selkirk Rexes are considered to be a friendly and outgoing breed that loves to play and is easy to care for. They do not shed very much so they are a good choice for people who have allergies.

Maine Coon

The Maine Coon is one of the largest domestic cat breeds in the world and is known for its long, thick coat of fur. They were originally bred in the United States and are believed to have descended from cats that had been brought by English and French settlers to North America during the 17th century. Maine Coons are not only very fluffy but they also possess a sweet temperament, making them an ideal pet cat for families with children.

Persian Cat

Persian cats originate from Iran where they have been kept as pets since 3000 BC. Despite their long history and popularity there, Persians were not introduced to other parts of the world until 1871 when they were first presented at an exhibition in England. This is perhaps why you will find many people who think Persians are one of America’s native breeds even though they actually originated elsewhere. Persians are one of the most popular cat breeds in the world thanks to their small size and easy-to-care nature. They also possess a sweet personality making them an ideal choice for families with children. Persians do not shed very much; however they require grooming on a daily basis because their coats can become matted if left ungroomed.

Siberian Forest Cat

Siberian Forest cats originated from Russia, as its name suggests, and have been kept as pets there since the 9th century AD. Because this breed was developed in colder climates it has a thick fur coat that allows it to withstand extremely cold temperatures without any problems. This cat breed is considered to be largely independent but at the same time, it enjoys spending time with its family. Siberian Forest cats are very intelligent and active making them well suited for an indoor lifestyle.

Devon Rex

The Devon Rex is a breed of cat that was discovered in 1960 by Beryl Cox when she found kittens born to her neighbour’s pregnant cat who had escaped into the wild. Although many people believe Devon Rexes are related to the Sphynx which is another breed of hairless cat, they actually have short fur just like other domestic breeds, but their coats do not possess any undercoat which gives them their characteristic soft feel compared to typical cat coats that tend to be harsh or coarse. The most unique feature about this breed however is their curly hair which makes it look as if they have come