While most of our feline friends have some kind of fluff factor to them (except, you know, the hairless kinds), it's a given that certain cat breeds are fluffier and a bit more cuddly than others.
Grooming is an integral part of taking care of our feline companions. It's important to teach our cats as kittens to get used to a comb or brush, and to groom our cats frequently - depending on the length of their coat - to prevent hairballs. Proper grooming sessions are also a great opportunity to inspect your cat's coat and skin for any changes, scratches, abscesses or disorders. Finding your cat's favorite place for grooming - like your lap or favorite spot on the floor - will make things infinitely easier for the primping sessions, too.
We consulted with the Cat Fanciers' Association to find out which breeds of cat are actually known to be the cuddliest.
The Persian breed is probably best known Read More »from 5 Cuddliest Cat Breeds