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.
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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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