Maine Coons are one of the largest domestic cat breeds and are often referred to as "gentle giants." They typically have tufted ears, long fur, and are known for their friendly and playful nature. Many Maine Coons enjoy playing with water and might even dip their paws in the water bowl or bathtub.
Turkish Vans are often called "swimming cats" because they have a natural affinity for water. They have a unique love for swimming and may even join you in the bathtub or enjoy a dip in a pool if given the opportunity.
Bengal cats are known for their striking leopard-like spots and energetic personalities. They often enjoy interactive play, which can include playing with water from a running faucet or even swimming in a shallow pool.
Abyssinians are active and adventurous cats known for their curiosity. They may show interest in water play and might enjoy batting at water droplets from a faucet or playing in a shallow basin.
Siberian cats are known for their thick, water-resistant fur, which suggests an ancestral adaptation to cold and wet environments. Some Siberians may enjoy playing with water and investigating sinks or bowls of water.
Rhodesian Ridgebacks are intelligent and confident but can be stubborn at times. They may require consistent training and socialization.