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Chartreux

100% fit

The Chartreux lives for 20 years on average. In terms of playfulness, it is very high-energy and thrives on interaction. With respect to independence, it is highly independent and enjoys more solitary pursuits. The Chartreux has a vocal level rating of 1 out of 10, so it is a quiet breed that rarely meows relative to other cat breeds. It has an activity level rating of 7 out of 10, so it is an active breed and will be happiest in a home that offers stimulation and interaction. It has a need for grooming rating of 4 out of 10, so it is a low-maintenance cat that requires very little grooming relative to other cat breeds. The Chartreux has a medium-short coat length and sheds seasonally. It costs about $1,117.94 overall each year and $275.94 to feed per year. It has soft fur, fine fur and dense fur. It can have silver fur and blue fur.

  • average yearly cost: $1,117.94
  • personality: Playfulness - 10 out of 10, Intelligence - 10 out of 10, Independence - 9 out of 10
  • health and longevity: Healthiness and Hardiness - 10 out of 10, Average Life Span - 20 years, Average Litter Size - 6 kittens
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#2

Russian Blue

90% fit

The Russian Blue lives for 19 years on average. With respect to playfulness, it is high-energy and and thrives on interaction. In terms of independence, it is highly independent and enjoys more solitary pursuits. With a vocal level of only 2 out of 10, the Russian Blue is a quieter breed that doesn't meow often. With an activity level of 6 out of 10, it is a moderately active breed that needs a fair amount of stimulation and interaction. At only 3 out of 10, it is a low-maintenance cat that requires very little grooming. The Russian Blue has a short coat length. It costs about $1,101.18 overall each year and $315.36 to feed per year. It has soft fur, silky fur and fine fur. It has dense fur. The Russian Blue can have silver fur and blue fur.

  • average yearly cost: $1,101.18
  • personality: Playfulness - 9 out of 10, Intelligence - 9 out of 10, Independence - 10 out of 10
  • health and longevity: Healthiness and Hardiness - 9 out of 10, Average Life Span - 19 years, Average Litter Size - 6 kittens
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#3

Birman

66% fit

The Birman lives for 15 years on average. It has a playfulness rating of 10 out of 10, so it is very high-energy and thrives on interaction relative to other cat breeds. It has an independence rating of 4 out of 10, so it enjoys play time, but can also be happy spending time alone relative to other cat breeds. In terms of vocal level, the Birman is a quieter breed that doesn't meow often. When it comes to activity level, it is a fairly relaxed breed that enjoys a good nap. With a need for grooming of 7 out of 10, it needs occasional grooming, but no more than average. The Birman has a medium-long coat length and sheds seasonally. It costs about $1,104 overall each year and $262 to feed per year. It has soft fur and silky fur. It can have brown fur, red fur and blue fur.

  • average yearly cost: $1,104
  • personality: Playfulness - 10 out of 10, Intelligence - 9 out of 10, Independence - 4 out of 10
  • health and longevity: Healthiness and Hardiness - 9 out of 10, Average Life Span - 15 years, Average Litter Size - 3 kittens
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#4

Siberian

73% fit

The Siberian lives for 13 years on average. With a playfulness of 8 out of 10, it is a playful and interactive companion. With an independence of 6 out of 10, it enjoys play time, but can also be happy spending time alone. When it comes to vocal level, the Siberian is a quieter breed that doesn't meow often. With respect to activity level, it is a moderately active breed that needs a fair amount of stimulation and interaction. It has a need for grooming rating of 3 out of 10, so it is a low-maintenance cat that requires very little grooming. The Siberian has a long coat length and sheds seasonally. It costs about $1,235 overall each year and $393 to feed per year. It can have silver fur, black fur and brown fur. It can have red fur and blue fur.

  • average yearly cost: $1,235
  • personality: Playfulness - 8 out of 10, Intelligence - 8 out of 10, Independence - 6 out of 10
  • health and longevity: Healthiness and Hardiness - 9 out of 10, Average Life Span - 13 years, Average Litter Size - 5 kittens
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#5

Burmese

66% fit

The Burmese lives for 15 years on average. When it comes to playfulness, it is high-energy and and thrives on interaction. As for independence, it is less independent than most cats and loves to stay by your side. The Burmese has a vocal level rating of 7 out of 10, so it is a talkative breed that meows frequently. It has an activity level rating of 8 out of 10, so it is an active breed and will be happiest in a home that offers stimulation and interaction relative to other cat breeds. It has a need for grooming rating of 2 out of 10, so it is a low-maintenance cat that requires very little grooming. The Burmese has a short coat length. It costs about $1,051.84 overall each year and $209.84 to feed per year. It has fine fur. It can have brown fur, red fur and blue fur.

  • average yearly cost: $1,051.84
  • personality: Playfulness - 9 out of 10, Intelligence - 9 out of 10, Independence - 3 out of 10
  • health and longevity: Healthiness and Hardiness - 5 out of 10, Average Life Span - 15 years, Average Litter Size - 6 kittens
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#6

Somali

68% fit

The Somali lives for 11 years on average. With respect to playfulness, it is high-energy and and thrives on interaction. With an independence of 6 out of 10, it enjoys play time, but can also be happy spending time alone. With a vocal level of only 4 out of 10, the Somali is a quieter breed that doesn't meow often. With an activity level of 10 out of 10, it is very active and will be happiest in a home with lots of stimulation and interaction. When it comes to need for grooming, it needs occasional grooming, but no more than average. The Somali has a medium-long coat length. It costs about $1,061.76 overall each year and $236.52 to feed per year. It has soft fur, silky fur and fine fur. It can have red fur and blue fur. The Somali is good with adults and all children.

  • average yearly cost: $1,061.76
  • personality: Playfulness - 9 out of 10, Intelligence - 10 out of 10, Independence - 6 out of 10
  • health and longevity: Healthiness and Hardiness - 7 out of 10, Average Life Span - 11 years, Average Litter Size - 5 kittens
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#7

Tonkinese

70% fit

The Tonkinese lives for 16 years on average. With a playfulness of 8 out of 10, it is a playful and interactive companion. With respect to independence, it enjoys play time, but can also be happy spending time alone. With a vocal level of 8 out of 10, the Tonkinese is a talkative breed that meows frequently. It has an activity level rating of 10 out of 10, so it is very active and will be happiest in a home with lots of stimulation and interaction relative to other cat breeds. As for need for grooming, it is a low-maintenance cat that requires very little grooming. The Tonkinese has a medium coat length. It costs about $1,101.18 overall each year and $315.36 to feed per year. It has soft fur, silky fur and fine fur. It can have blue fur. The Tonkinese is good with adults.

  • average yearly cost: $1,101.18
  • personality: Playfulness - 8 out of 10, Intelligence - 8 out of 10, Independence - 4 out of 10
  • health and longevity: Healthiness and Hardiness - 5 out of 10, Average Life Span - 16 years, Average Litter Size - 6 kittens
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#8

Maine Coon

69% fit

The Maine Coon lives for 12 years on average. With a playfulness of 8 out of 10, it is a playful and interactive companion. It has an independence rating of 7 out of 10, so it is fairly independent and doesn't mind spending time alone relative to other cat breeds. It has a vocal level rating of 2 out of 10, so it is a quieter breed that doesn't meow often. The Maine Coon has an activity level rating of 8 out of 10, so it is an active breed and will be happiest in a home that offers stimulation and interaction relative to other cat breeds. It has a need for grooming rating of 7 out of 10, so it needs occasional grooming, but no more than average. The Maine Coon has a long coat length. It costs about $1,632 overall each year and $354.48 to feed per year. It has silky fur.

  • average yearly cost: $1,632
  • personality: Playfulness - 8 out of 10, Intelligence - 9 out of 10, Independence - 7 out of 10
  • health and longevity: Healthiness and Hardiness - 9 out of 10, Average Life Span - 12 years, Average Litter Size - 4 kittens
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#9

Sphynx

68% fit

The Sphynx lives for 14 years on average. When it comes to playfulness, it is very high-energy and thrives on interaction. As for independence, it is a snuggly little lap cat. The Sphynx has a vocal level rating of 7 out of 10, so it is a talkative breed that meows frequently relative to other cat breeds. With an activity level of 8 out of 10, it is an active breed and will be happiest in a home that offers stimulation and interaction. In terms of need for grooming, the Sphynx is a high-maintenance cat that needs to be groomed often. It has a short coat length. It costs about $1,074 overall each year and $262 to feed per year. It has fine fur.

  • average yearly cost: $1,074
  • personality: Playfulness - 10 out of 10, Intelligence - 10 out of 10, Independence - 2 out of 10
  • health and longevity: Healthiness and Hardiness - 5 out of 10, Average Life Span - 14 years, Average Litter Size - 4 kittens
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#10

Ragdoll

82% fit

The Ragdoll lives for 20 years on average. As for playfulness, it is a more low-energy cat who loves to nap. When it comes to independence, it is less independent than most cats and loves to stay by your side. With a vocal level of only 4 out of 10, the Ragdoll is a quieter breed that doesn't meow often. With an activity level of 8 out of 10, it is an active breed and will be happiest in a home that offers stimulation and interaction. With a need for grooming of 7 out of 10, it needs occasional grooming, but no more than average. The Ragdoll has a medium-long coat length. It costs about $400 overall each year and $100 to feed per year. It has soft fur and silky fur. It is good with seniors, adults and all children.

  • average yearly cost: $400
  • personality: Playfulness - 5 out of 10, Intelligence - 7 out of 10, Independence - 3 out of 10
  • health and longevity: Healthiness and Hardiness - 9 out of 10, Average Life Span - 20 years, Average Litter Size - 5 kittens
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