Slow cats

You know that there are cats who have less energy than others. It is a very important fact if you are at the stage to choose the cat for adoption or buying. This unique feature will help you to make the cat feel comfortable, moreover, you will know what to expect.

Let us have a look at the cat’s breeds who are known to be a bit slower than others.

  1. Ragamuffin Cat Breed

This beautiful fluffy cat breed with the expressive eyes are often known for their teddy bear behavior. Lazy, lovely and always sleepy Ragamuffin is very friendly with other cats and dogs. Can be easily trained for a walk on the leash. One of the best breeds to thrive into the family as he loves attention and petting.

  1. Persian Cat Breed

A gorgeous longhair breed with a pansylike face, the Persian looks like a fluff ball but under the coat is a muscular, sturdy body. With her sweet personality, Persian cat is very friendly with any other pet. Some people say that Persians are not playful or active. Well, that is the way nature has created them. Maybe a bit slow, a bit lazy cat will be always a friend to children, being happy to stay around without demanding attention.

  1. Exotic Shorthair Cat Breed

As says “Known as the lazy man’s Persian, the Exotic Shorthair has the body type and easygoing nature of the Persian but without the coat length and need for daily grooming. With her thick, dense, plush short hair and round face, the Exotic Shorthair has a soft teddy bear look. This sweet feline is affectionate and loyal. The breed is athletic, fun-loving, yet also quiet and sensitive”

4.Siberian Forest Cat

The Gorgeous heavy huge cat is always very calm. Usually will deal with other cats just fine, it looks like she doesn’t really care about other pets at all. Not aggressive, lovely, she will roll onto her back to allow even strangers to rub her fluffy belly. Affectionate and intelligent, the breed likes to solve its own problems and is strangely attracted to water, so don’t be surprised to find it playing in the sink or taking an occasional dip.


Stunning and at some point exotic looking cat is a result of mixing Burmese with the Siamese, the Tonkinese has the very best of both its parent breeds.  Affectionate like their parent breeds, the Tonk is not nearly as voiced as its Siamese relatives and is devoted to its owner. Medium in size with a muscular build, the Tonkinese is a bit more active and adventurous than some of the other breeds on this list and can be easily trained to walk on a leash.