Known for their distinctive flat face and long, flowing coat, Persian cats are one of the most popular long-haired breeds.
These large and friendly cats have tufted ears and bushy tails. Their semi-longhair coat is water-resistant and well-suited for cold climates.
Ragdolls are known for their docile temperament and striking blue eyes. They have a semi-longhair coat that is soft and silky.
Originating from Russia, Siberian cats have a triple coat that is water-resistant. Despite their long hair, they are relatively low-maintenance.
With a thick double coat, tufted ears, and bushy tail, Norwegian Forest Cats are adapted to cold climates. They have a wild appearance reminiscent of a lynx.
A breed derived from Persian and Siamese cats, Himalayans have a colorpoint pattern similar to Siamese cats but with a long, flowing coat.
Similar to the Siamese in body type but with a longer coat, Balinese cats are known for their sleek and silky hair.
This ancient breed has a silky, medium to long coat and is known for its playful and social nature. They often have a single-colored coat with almond-shaped eyes.
Birmans have a semi-longhair coat with a colorpoint pattern similar to Siamese cats. They are known for their striking blue eyes and silky fur.
This breed is recognized by its folded ears, and it can have both short and long hair. The long-haired version has a plush, semi-longhair coat.