Sphynx The sphynx makes up for its lack of fur with its superior brain. The hairless Sphynx is a fun and devoted pet because of its high levels of devotion and attachment to its human family
Singapura You're losing out if you're unfamiliar with the Singapura. Even though they're teeny, these kittens are big on fun.
Coon of Maine Big cats like Maine coons also have big brains. They're very doglike in that they're laid-back and submissive
Angora from Turkey Turkish angoras are more than meets the eye, despite their appearance. Extreme intelligence, friendliness, and extroversion mark this breed.
Burmese Looking for a long-lived, smart cat breed? The Burmese are the ones to turn to. These cats are intelligent indicators due to their inquisitive nature and penchant for exploring new environments,
Tonkinese The Tonkinese combines the greatest qualities of the Burmese and the Siamese breeds. Since Siamese and Burmese cats are both on our list of recommended breeds,
Russia Russian blue cats have a high IQ, but despite their intelligence, they can be reserved. This suggests they are hesitant to flaunt their wit in front of unfamiliar people