Top 10 Cat Breeds That Are Smaller Sized

Singapura: Generally regarded as the smallest cat breed, this tiny cat matures to a weight of 4 to 8 pounds.

Siamese: The Siamese is one of the oldest cat breeds, and it also happens to be among the smallest.

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Munchkin: Munchkins are shortest cat breed in the world. These cats have a naturally occurring genetic mutation that results in shorter legs.

LaPerm: LaPerms have unusual, coiled fur, so named because it looks like they got a curly perm.

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Japanese Bobtail: The short, pom-like tail isn’t the only thing that’s small about this cat breed—the Japanese bobtail only weighs 5 to 10 pounds.

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Devon Rex: The Devon rex is also sometimes referred to as a “pixie cat,” so it’s no surprise that this breed is on the list of small cat breeds.

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Cornish Rex: The long legs and angular features of the Cornish rex might give you the impression that this cat is larger than it really is.

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Burmese: Burmese cats are smaller than average with a compact, stocky body and big brain.

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American Curl: The most recognizable feature of the American Curl is its uniquely shaped ears.

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Abyssinian: Abys weigh 6 to 9 pounds and are one of the oldest cat breeds in the world.

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