Cats are generally considered less affectionate and cuddly compared to dogs. However, some breeds prove that there are some exceptions to this rule. Here you can find out which velvet paws are especially affectionate.
Not all cats like cuddling and cuddling around the clock. Many children love their independence and only occasionally come for mischief to their mistress or master. The following cat breeds are quite different and are even referred to as "cat dogs" because of their special humanity.
The Siamese cat: extroverted, sensitive and cuddly
The sensitive and empathic Siamese cat is considered one of the most extroverted cat breeds ever. She seeks the closeness to humans like hardly any other velvet paw and reacts accordingly fast frustrated or depressive, if she is neglected. The sociable and playful domestic cat loves her cuddly units and calls them regularly.
Balinese: Oriental cuddly monster
Balinese cats are absolute philanthropists. They are playful, cuddly and demand as well as the relatives Siamese cats much proximity to all family members. Tip: Since social Balinese is reluctant to be alone, it's best to keep two cats. Otherwise, it is advisable for a successful man-cat relationship, to keep in close contact with the originating from the Orient velvet paw and not long to leave them alone.
British Shorthair and Longhair: Close relationship with humans
The British Shorthair and the British Longhair are also very attractive cat breeds, which usually build a close bond to humans. The friendly and social Stubentiger regularly get their pats off and often stay in the immediate vicinity of all family members. Caution: Nightly cuddles in bed are no exception.
Singapura: Delicate cat with a lot of tenderness
Singapura cats are the lightest and most petite of all domestic cats. In addition, her character demands a lot of tenderness from humans. The Singapura is as affectionate as it is sensitive and follows its owner at every turn. Pampering moments rewards the gentle cat with much love.
Other pending cat breeds
In addition to the fur noses described above, the Bengal, Persian, Ragdoll and Maine Coon breeds are also affectionate, philanthropic and jolly. The Turkish Angora, the American Curl, the Abyssinian and the Manx cat are all based on human closeness.