It should not come as a surprise that people have looked for "American bobtail" on Petfinder.com more than 75,000 times.
People adore this breed because of its kind and intellectual personality, and it is even possible to train them to walk on a leash.
People who are interested in adopting one do so in part because they appreciate having a cat whose disposition is more comparable to that of a dog.
Although the tortoiseshell is a distinct sort of coat color and not a breed in and of itself, there were over 75,000 people who were looking for a tortoiseshell cat to adopt.
These are cats who have a coat that is predominantly orange and black, and it is patterned in a vivid way.
They might have some white on their paws or breast, but unlike calico cats, they don't have white covering their entire body like calicos do.
There are a number of different breeds and mixes that can produce tortoiseshells, and their coats can be long, medium, or short.
The Persian is the most common purebred cat in the United States, while in the United Kingdom it ranks sixth in popularity overall.