#4 American Shorthair
It is a purebred version of the domestic shorthaired cat and the seventh most popular cat breed in the United States. A laid-back disposition, love of all sorts of fun, and patience make this cat a popular pet in homes. He gets along well with guests and other pets.
#5 Himalayan Cat
This breed appeared by crossing Persian and Siamese. He absorbed all the best from these two breeds - the calmness of the Persian and the curiosity of the Siamese.
#6 Bengal Cat
Energetic, intelligent, active, and independent are just some of the words that can be used to describe the Bengal cat breed. This cat does not like sitting in her arms so much, but she also needs a lot of attention. You can even teach her to be on a leash.