Cat Breeds That Bond Well With Friendly Dogs

American Shorthair

The American Shorthair is well-liked for its friendliness and its ability to form close bonds with other canine companions.

This breed is considered very social, confident, and playful, and once boundaries are established in the house, they love to play with housemates, including the family dog.

Japanese Bobtail

A Japanese Bobtail is easily identified by its distinctive pom-pom tail.

They want to be included in everything the family does, from napping on the couch next to you and the dog to reading emails and assisting with guest greetings.


It's possible that this Russian cat breed may become the household's top dog or cat because of its hardiness and self-assurance.

The Siberian is the "mayor" of the cat world, and as such, treats everyone with kindness.

Maine Coon

If you and your dog are playing fetch, you and your Maine Coon might race to the ball.

Maine's native cat holds the distinct honor of being the state's designated feline species. 

British Shorthair

British Shorthairs are ideal canine companions because of their calm nature and sturdy build.

It's understandable that they don't like being picked up; after all, their original reputation was for brute strength and hunting prowess.


You might get a Birman if you're concerned about your dog being lonely throughout the day.

"Birmans are the best playmate for your dog because they enjoy playing chase, tag, and even fetching balls."

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