Any cat is suited to the indoors life, especially if this happens from kittenhood. The most important aspect is ensuring you spend enough time with your cat, and that he is provided with plenty of entertainment, be it lots of play time with you, a companion or time spent outside on a leash.
Having said that, there are some breeds which do better indoors than others. More laid back/placid breeds are generally happy to spend their day snoozing and their nights curled up on your lap. Breeds which suit the indoor life include:
The Burmese is a sweet, friendly and personable cat. They are playful but not over the top active. They are extremely affectionate and get along well with children and other pets. The Burmese are my favourite breed of cat, I think they suit almost every household. They can get lonely if left for long periods of time.
Domestics come in all shapes and sizes and many different personalities. Some are active, others quiet. Shelters are always looking for great new homes for domestics. Your shelter can match you up with a perfect domestic who will be happy to be indoors. Senior cats should not be overlooked either, they have outgrown the active kitten phase and are generally quieter.
The Burmilla came about due to an accidental mating between a Burmese and a Chinchilla but is now a breed within its own right. They have the best of both breeds being calm, friendly, sweet natured and laid back. They get along well with children and other pets.
Russian Blues are a quiet but inquisitive breed of cat. They love to follow you around and help with whatever you are doing. They are playful, but not overly active and suit the indoor lifestyle perfectly.
The Singapura is a playful, friendly, easygoing breed of cat who can win the hearts of cat lovers and non-cat lovers. They are gentle and sweet. They love nothing more than to be near you. I find them to be a quiet submissive breed of cat who get along well with other pets but won’t dominate the household.
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