The domestic shorthair's pedigreed variation, the American shorthair, is a laid-back cat that enjoys spending time with its owners.
As long as you are home frequently enough to suit their social demands, these cats can thrive in flats. However, kids are equally adept at amusing themselves by playing with toys and peering out windows.
The friendly lap cat of the mild and lovely Birman breed doesn't need a lot of room. The size of their home is unimportant to these calm cats because all they want is to be wherever their favourite humans are.
They certainly have a lively side and like playing chase with other animals in particular. They don't, however, require much space to enjoy themselves.
The British shorthair cat is quite flexible and may live well in an apartment. These calm, relaxed cats often like to relax rather than run around their houses.
The Burmese are often affectionate and pleasant. To prevent loneliness, these social cats prefer regular interaction with their owners or other pets.
They require cat trees and other places where they can jump because they are also highly athletic. The size of their habitat doesn't really matter, though, as long as they receive regular attention.
Exotics are essentially the Persian cat with shorter fur. These cats are peaceful and friendly, much like their long-haired siblings, and prefer a warm lap or velvety cushion to vigorous exercise.
They are somewhat active and will gladly use cat toys to release some pent-up energy before returning to your lap.