If you’re looking for a playful, affectionate cat who loves children, family life and other animals, look no further than the Manx.
Do you love the outdoors and cold climates? So does the Siberian Husky! Find out if this is the right dog for you.
Bombay cats love to play and adore children, but they don’t like being left alone for long periods of time.
The Chinese Crested has a unique appearance that is pretty unmistakable.
Ragdoll cats are intelligent and family-friendly, and they go limp when held, an attribute they were named after.
If you’re looking for a large-breed dog who is intelligent, good with kids and doesn’t need a lot of maintenance, the Bullmastiff could be your next pet.
Turkish Vans are often called “swimming cats” because they love to play in water. These large cats are active and fun, but they can also be a bit clumsy.
Borzoi dogs are fast, beautiful and tall. They are also pretty intelligent but can be stubborn.
Large and powerful Norwegian Forest Cats are believed to have traveled with the Vikings. Today, they are intelligent and active cats who love to play.
Nicknamed the “gray ghost,” the Weimaraner is a highly energetic and affectionate dog who doesn’t like being separated from family for too long.