10 Unique Bobtail Cat Breeds
This breed is known for its short, stubby tail and playful, dog-like personality.
Originating from Japan, these cats have a distinctive pom-pom-like tail and are known for their intelligence and sociability.
A large and muscular breed with a naturally short tail, Pixie-Bobs are known for their wild appearance and friendly nature.
Hailing from the Kuril Islands in Russia, these cats have a naturally short and curled tail, and they are known for their love of water.
Originating from the Isle of Man, Manx cats have no tail or a short stub and are known for their playful and affectionate nature.
This breed is a longhaired variety of the Manx and shares the same characteristic of having either no tail or a short tail.
These cats have uniquely curled ears and a variety of tail lengths, and they are known for their friendly and outgoing personalities.
This breed has curled ears, polydactyl feet (extra toes), and a naturally short tail, and they are known for their playful and loyal nature.
Although not specifically a bobtail breed, the Serengeti has a short, expressive tail and is known for its wild appearance and active personality.
While not always bobtailed, the LaPerm breed can occasionally have a naturally short or curly tail, and they are known for their curly coats and friendly personalities.