The American Curl has ears that curl back naturally at a 90-degree angle, a unique genetic mutation not seen in other cat breeds.
If the Balinese cat looks familiar it's because this feline is related to the Siamese breed. The key differences are that they're smaller with longer, silky fur coats.
Related to the Siamese and Balinese, this breed has the body shape, voice and personality of a Siamese cat. Its color however resembles that of the domestic shorthair.
The Cornish Rex is a small cat recognized for its strikingly beautiful and elegant appearance. An active breed, their small bodies allow them to jump and move around really efficiently.
Devons are intelligent, active cats known for having a mischievous temperament. They weigh between 2 and 4 kg (5 to 9 lb)
This lovable and stunning-looking cat, also known as Si-Sawat, stands out for its blue fur and silvery sheen.
This breed is a tad larger than the other cats in this gallery, but still considered small to medium. Their curly hair, similar to a perm (hence the name), is a natural genetic mutation.
Extremely outgoing and active, the short legs on a Munchkin cat are not a result of selective breeding, but rather a natural genetic mutation.
Weighting between 2 and 4 kg (5 to 9 lb), the Napoleon has a dense coat, squashed face, and tiny legs.
The Russian Blue is a gentle, reserved cat that makes a wonderful addition to small households with older children.