Many people love cats, but they may not necessarily love big cats that eat a lot of food and take up a lot of space. In case you want a smaller cat that’s easier to manage, you might consider getting a cat breed that typically weighs under 10 pounds.

Japanese Bobtails tend to be short, squat cats while Russian Blues offer silky gray fur and sultry green eyes. In case you want the smallest cat that typically weighs four to eight pounds, get a Singapura. No matter what size cat you get, give it a good home.

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