There are around 60 breeds of cats and it is presently fighting for our attention. Some breeds are known to cuddle more than others. According to Katenna Jones, founder of Jones Animal Behavior and Certified Cat Behavior Consultant, a Maine Coon is considered to have dog-like characteristics. It greets humans at the door and loves social interactions. Jones also says Ragdolls are usually cuddly and loving. They tend to go floppy in your lap, that is why there are called Ragdolls. Devonshire Rex and Birman also are very affectionate and social cats.
The CCBC of Train with Trust, Megan Phillips, highlights a fascinating fact about cat breeds – cat breeds are a fresher spectacle. Felines were bred mostly for appearance, unlike dogs that have been bred selectively for particular duties over the ages. However, Phillips has worked with a lot of cats and has established the apparent friendliest cat breeds, such as Persians and Maine Coons, to be more open to abundant demonstrations of love.
Though particular cat breeds are more inclined to cuddling periods, several individuals think other physical traits play a role in defining the cats’ behavior. According to Jones, scientific readings are varied on whether there links between sex, color, and personality. Jones also added that she believes individuals are drawn to particular traits based on special felines from their past. She knows several individuals who swear torties are more moody and feisty, though some think cats with orange colors are pushy. However, it is really based on the individual trait of the cat.
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