9 Tiny Cat Breeds That Are Hard to Resist

These nine tiny cat breeds pack a lot of personality into kitten-sized packages. According to PetBreeds, these cats weigh no more than 10 pounds.

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Javanese are vocal and friendly, but are also prone to several health conditions.
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The Devon rex weighs between 8 and 10 pounds and lives for about 13 years. This friendly, lively breed requires regular grooming and lots of attention.
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Adult American curls weigh no more than 10 pounds. These cats, named for the distinctive shape of their ears, enjoy lots of activity and attention.
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The tiny bambino weighs between 5 and 9 pounds. These cats are friendly, affectionate and love attention. They're easy to care for and make great companions for people of all ages.
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The European burmese is a loud, active breed that sheds a lot and loves attention. These cats weigh about 10 pounds and are great with children, adults and senior citizens.
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Quiet and friendly, the Scottish fold weighs about 9 pounds and needs only a moderate amount of attention. These cats are generally healthy and make great family pets.
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At just 6 pounds, the Cornish rex is one of the tiniest breeds. These cats are quiet, low maintenance and good with people. They live to be about 12 years old.
Javanese are vocal and friendly, but are also predisposed to several health conditions. These cats weigh about 8 pounds.
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The Singapura is a quiet, playful breed that needs lots of attention. These cats weigh about 6 pounds and live an average of 13 years.
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The low-maintenance sphynx weighs 8-12 pounds. The sphynx is hypoallergenic, sheds very little and loves attention. These cats can be very vocal.
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