8 Cat Breeds That Get Along With Dogs the Most

The beautiful Birman comes from Burma, now Myanmar, where they were kept as temple cats.

It’s thought that the Abyssinian breed hails from Southeast Asia, and this breed may have been used on British and Dutch ships as a mouser.

The stunning Bombay breed was originally created in the 1950s by crossing black American Shorthairs with sable Burmese cats. These energetic and affectionate cats are adaptable.

The history of this iconic breed stretches back to the cats that came to America on the Pilgrim ships of 1620.

The Norwegian Forest Cat is built to survive the freezing conditions of a Norwegian winter, but these days, they’re just as happy soaking up the comforts of a warm home.

This all-American breed has been around since the 1800s, when they were prized for their ability to keep farms and ships free from rodents.

The chilled-out Ragdoll will get along well with dogs simply because they can’t be bothered to do any different! These easygoing cats have a beautiful longhaired coat and striking blue eyes.

This hardy breed hails from subarctic Siberia, where their thick and waterproof coat kept them protected from the harsh weather.