Savannah is a circus performer who wears the same clothes in and out of the big top, creating a spectacle wherever she goes.
Watch the Scottish Fold do its best Buddha impression!
Known as the cat in sheep's clothing, the Selkirk Rex is one of only four cat breeds that has curly fur.
The Serengeti was first developed by crossing a Bengal and an Oriental Shorthair. They are playful and, in the right home, make great pets!
The Siamese cat is the oldest domestic feline ... and the most vocal.
The Siberian is the national cat of Russia and is the perfect mix between a ballet dancer and a linebacker. They are one of the best jumping cats in the world!
You like personality in a cat? Then you want the tiny Singapura!
The Skookum is called the Shirley Temple of the cat world. This kitty loves to be brushed, which makes this smart, affectionate cat a great family pet.
The Snowshoe has the personality of a Siamese with coloring that is all its own, a white face and white feet. Snowshoes are very vocal and affectionate.
The Sokoke is one of the rarest cats in the world and resembles a wilder version of a domestic tabby. These cats have a striking look and make for great family pets.
It may look like a fox, but it's actually a Somali! A quick and agile cat, don't be surprised if it jumps up on the dinner table and asks for seconds!
As a hairless breed, the Sphynx can seem more alien than pet. Find out how this cat lost its fur!
Tonkinese are lively, friendly, often talkative cats that live well in apartments.
The Toyger is a small cat that is bred to look like a tiger. The original breeders wanted a cat that had the big body and markings of a tiger, but was docile like a domestic cat.
As cats go, Turkish Angoras are said to be dog-like. Some respond to voice commands and even play fetch.
The Turkish Van is a cat that has a swimmer's body. This is a good thing because this breed likes to swim.