Due to their semi-long, silky coats, Miller believes Ragdolls are very relaxed, quiet breeds. Ragdolls, when socialized properly from a young age, are friendly towards strangers and other cats.
The Persian has a calm, passive personality. It is generally adaptable and able to adapt to a range of environments, although it can be fearful of strangers.
Their curly coat and broad head easily distinguish them from their Persian parent breed. Miller says the Selkirk is easier to handle in the show ring than its relatives.
Miller said the Exotic is a medium-sized Persian relative. Persian-like breeds have quiet, peaceful personalities, except for their short coats.
According to Miller, the Maine Coon is one of the largest domestic breeds of cats and has attained its winning personality over 100 years of selective breeding.
Despite being a large, heavy breed and social with people and other cats, the Siberian Forest Cat is generally quiet, mellow, and laid back.
A blend of Burmese and Siamese, the Tonkinese combines the best of both breeds. Like their parent breeds, Tonks are affectionate and devoted to their owners.
A Russian Blue has always been the ultimate homebody, Miller says, and has been difficult to show because it feels uncomfortable in new places.
The Burmese is a devoted lap cat that is also affectionate towards strangers. It likes to get involved in household activities in a friendly, calm manner, rather than running off.
Korats, like Russian Blues, are devoted to their people and enjoy being in safe, familiar environments.