Russian Blue: Even bright blue coat, silver-tipped guard hairs for luster. Short-haired, plush, bright green eyes. Affectionate, intelligent nature - a unique companion.
Chartreux: France's national cat, originated in Persia, rare outside Europe. Blue-gray fur, copper eyes. Woolly double-coated, protects from weather.
Nebelung: "Creature of the mist" in German. Elegant, uniformly blue-gray cat, resembles long-haired Russian blue. Medium-length blue coat with silver-tipped hairs, striking green eyes
Korat: Dark blue cat, "rain-cloud gray" with "seafoam" effect on silver-tipped coat. Short, light blue roots to deeper shade at tips. Silvery finish on face and feet.
British Shorthair: Often blue, once called "British blue." Iconic copper-eyed, top blue cat breed. Short, dense, thick coat in light to medium blue.
Oriental Shorthair: Many colors, patterns; not exclusively blue. Striking solid blue - svelte, elegant, long-legged, almond-shaped eyes. Soft bluish-gray to deep slate grey.
Persians: Long coats, flat faces, bright eyes. Dozens of colors, blue once most desired. Still great with their exotic look. Solid, smoke, shaded, tabby, parti-color, bi-color, Himalayan blue coats.
Burmese: Originally rich sable, now sable, champagne, platinum, blue coats. Striking medium gray with fawn undertones. Fine texture, satin-like feel.
American Shorthair: Medium-sized, diverse coat colors & patterns incl. rare blue coats. Friendly, laidback, ideal for families w/ kids. Popular breed in the US.
Domestic Shorthair: Mixed breed, non-pedigreed cat. Highly popular in the U.S. 80% of cat owners have them. Wide variety of patterns/colors, incl. blue.