Playful Cats

If you want to adopt a high-energy cat, take a look at our list of the most playful cats to find out the perfect and sparkling feline for your home.

Just be aware that many playful cats need a lot of attention.

Provide them with enough toys and games to entertain them.

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Playful Cats

Abyssinian Cat Breed

The Abyssinian cat is a popular breed, highly intelligent and, curious.

This medium-sized cat is attached to their people and likes to be with them all the time.

This playful cat likes to jump and hike.

Abyssinian enjoys puzzle toys that challenge her intelligence.

Breed Temperament

  • Playful
  • Kid Friendly
  • Intelligent
  • Pet friendly
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American Bobtail

The American Bobtail is an athletic breed with a wild appearance.

Her social and easygoing temperament makes this breed perfect for families with children and other pets.

American Bobtail enjoys games like fetch and hide-and-seek.

Breed Temperament

  • Confident
  • Devoted companion
  • Friendly
  • Intelligent
  • Vocal cat
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American Curl

The American Curl is a cat breed with curled–back ears.

This breed is elegant and well balanced. 

Breed Temperament

  • Friendly
  • People oriented
  • Playful
  • Friendly with other pets
  • Intelligent
  • Affectionate

Balinese-Javanese

The Balinese or Javanese is a splendid and distinguished cat.  Despite his elegant appearance, she is a curious kitten at heart who likes play and have fun.

Breed Temperament

  • People friendly
  • Intelligent
  • Vocal cat
  • Extrovert
  • Get along well with children and other pets.
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Bengal Cat

The Bengal cat is a playful and spirited docile domestic cat with an adventurous personality.

Breed Temperament

Bombay Cat

The Bombay cat has an energetic temperament.

This breed is affectionate and does well in small apartments, and get along well with small children and other pets.

Breed Temperament

  • Smart
  • Quick learners
  • Active
  • Curious
  • Affectionate
  • Climber and jumpers
  • Affectionate toward its owners
  • Low maintenance cat
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Burmese Cat

The Burmese cat   likes humans and other pet companions. Like her Siamese predecessor, she is a vocal cat.

Breed Temperament 

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Devon Rex

The Devon Rex is an extremely social cat.

This breed gets along with cats and cat-friendly dogs.

Breed Temperament

  • Social cat
  • Intelligent
  • Active
  • Playful and mischievous
  • Jumper

Korat Cat Breed

The Korat is an affectionate cat with a thrilling personality.

This cat is gentle with children.

Breed Temperament

  • Affectionate
  • Active
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Savannah Cat

The Savannah cat has an adventurous and loyal personality.

  • She likes to play fetch, and you can train her to walk on a leash.
  • As opposed to other cats, Savannah enjoys playing in the water.

Breed Temperament

  • Playful cat
  • Adventurous
  • Loyal
  • Dog-like personality
  • Mild temperament

Siamese  

The Siamese cat is social, intelligent, and likes to talk a lot.

This breed plays well with other cats, dogs, and children.

Even though the Siamese cat is active and curious, she loves to be in bed next to her humans.

 Breed Temperament

  • Social
  • Intelligent
  • Vocal
  • Playful
  • Active
  • Curious

Sphynx Cat Breed

The Sphynx is a sweet cat that likes to be the center of attention.

  • This feline is very vocal and enjoys talking and following her human companions.
  • The Sphynx cat is playful and sometimes gets along with other pets.

Breed Temperament

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Tonkinese Cat Breed

 

The Tonkines cat has a loving personality that enjoys playing and climbing.

This breed seeks human attention and doesn’t like to be alone for long periods.

Tonkines is a lap cat and does well with children, other cats, and cat-friendly dogs.

 Breed Temperament

  • Active
  • Has a sense of humor
  • Loving
  • Lap cat
  • Social
  • Playful cat
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