Long Haired Cat Breeds: Grey Stunners

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1. Grey Nebelung Cat

Nebelung cats are long-bodied and muscular, with broad green eyes, large ears, and calm personalities. 

These cats have extremely dense double coats, which makes them perfectly suited to the harsh winters of the north. One of the layers of their coat is actually completely water-resistant, while the second layer provides warmth.

2. Grey Norwegian Forest Cat

3. Grey Maine Coon Cat

Did you know that the only longhair breed said to be native to the United States is the Maine Coon cat?! Maine Coons began life as an outdoor cat before evolving into a working breed that kept rats and other vermin out of homes and stables.

4. Grey Persian Cat

Persian cats have short legs and short bushy tails. Their broad, round heads have wide-set ears and huge, round eyes.

Ragdoll cats have a medium-to-long, silky single coat. Even though they have no undercoat, this breed still needs to be brushed at least twice a week to prevent matting.

5. Grey Ragdoll Cat

6. Grey Turkish Angora Cat

Turkish Angoras, which originated in central Anatolia (now the Ankara region), are one of the oldest natural cat breeds, dating back to the 15th century.

7. Grey Siberian Cat Breed

The Siberian is a centuries-old natural domestic cat breed. It is a forest cat that was originally from icy Russia, where its plush triple coat was necessary to keep it warm.

The LaPerm is a relatively new cat breed that first appeared in 1982. Its unusual “permed” look makes it very distinctive. This cat breed has a fluffy tail and long, tightly curled hair around its tail, ears, and neck.

8. Grey LaPerm Cat

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