Singapore's Singapura cat was previously a street cat. Vet Street reports that the Singapura is currently a living national treasure in Asia.
As this cat's popularity grows worldwide, it's evident that many others agree.
The Cat Fancier's Association says Singapura cats are "widely coveted" nowadays.
The Singapura cat is adorable with its white coat, brown ticking, curious eyes, and large ears.
Purina says Singapura cats are sociable, lively, and affectionate, loving human companionship.
Singapura cats leap on bookcases and cupboards like other cats, but they're considerably quieter.
Despite their tiny size, Singapura cats are healthy and need immunisations and checkups like any companion cat.
Experts say this is because they adapted to such harsh surroundings as street cats hundreds of years ago.
After such a tough start, only a strong cat could live and grow. We're grateful they did so we may enjoy them today!