Top 8 Fat Cats Breeds

By Tena Burdge March 19, 2024, 05:00 PM

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1. British Shorthair

British Shorthairs have a stocky build and a tendency to gain weight if not provided with enough exercise and mental stimulation.

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2. Persian

Persians are known for their round faces and plush coats, which can sometimes give them a heavier appearance. Their calm demeanor may also contribute to a sedentary lifestyle if not encouraged to stay active.

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3. Ragdoll

Ragdolls are large, muscular cats with a gentle and relaxed temperament. While they are not inherently prone to obesity, their laid-back nature may lead to weight gain if they are overfed or do not receive enough exercise.

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4. Maine Coon

Maine Coons are one of the largest domestic cat breeds, with a robust build and thick, heavy fur. While they are generally active and playful, they may become overweight if they are overfed or have a sedentary lifestyle.

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5. Scottish Fold

Scottish Folds are known for their unique folded ears and round faces, which may give them a chubby appearance. While they are generally active and playful cats, they may gain weight if they are overfed or do not receive enough exercise.

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6. Exotic Shorthair

Exotic Shorthairs have a similar appearance to Persians but with a shorter coat, making them appear more compact. They may be prone to weight gain if they are overfed or have a sedentary lifestyle.

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7. Burmese

Burmese cats are known for their sleek, muscular bodies and playful personalities. While they are generally active cats, they may gain weight if they are overfed or do not receive enough opportunities for exercise and play.

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8. Chartreux

Chartreux cats have a sturdy build and a dense, woolly coat, which may contribute to a heavier appearance. While they are generally active and playful, they may become overweight if they are overfed or have a sedentary lifestyle.

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