11 Best Indoor Cat Breeds

Ragdoll

01

Ragdolls are gentle and kind. They're laid-back cats and wonderful apartment pets. Ragdolls also need little grooming

British Shorthair

02

British Shorthairs are strong with short, thick coats. They adapt nicely to flats and homes. British Shorthairs are very low-maintenance cats.

Persian

03

Persians are kind and have long coats. They're excellent indoor cats that don't need much activity. To stay clean and mat-free, they need a lot of maintenance.

Siamese

04

Siamese have blue eyes and loud voices. Active cats need plenty of care. If stimulated, they can live in flats.

Burmese

05

Burmese are gentle and loving. They adapt nicely to flats and homes. Burmese cats need little grooming.

Scottish Fold

06

Scottish Folds are friendly and have folded ears. They're excellent indoor cats that don't need much activity. To clean their ears, they need some grooming.

Himalayan

07

Himalayans are Persian-Siamese. They have Siamese eyes and a Persian coat. Himalayans are ideal house cats and need little activity.

Maine Coon

08

Maine Coons are the biggest domestic cats. They are kind and loving. Maine Coons are ideal house cats and need little activity.

Russian Blue

09

Russian Blues are small, thick, and blue-eyed. They adapt nicely to flats and homes. Russian Blues need less care and are low-maintenance cats.

Exotic Shorthair

10

Exotic Shorthairs are Persian-American hybrids. They feature a Persian's round face and short, thick coat. Exotic Shorthairs are great house cats and need little activity. 

American Shorthair

11

Most American cats are American Shorthairs. They have short, thick coats and strong bodies. American Shorthairs adapt well to flats and homes.