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The most beautiful cat breeds in the world according to science

The most beautiful cat breeds in the world according to science

Beauty is a relative and very subjective aspect. But science can still give you a mathematical scale that ranks beauty. Discover the most beautiful breeds of cats.

Cats have a very special emotional place in our hearts! Like children, cats are all cute, without exception, and as they grow their bodies change, which does not make them any less attractive.

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The International Cat Federation lists about 46 cat breeds in the world, and not all of them are aesthetically pleasing by nature. Between silky cats, non-hello cats (hello, sphinxes), skinny cats, and lean cats, there are many differences.

Russian blue

Obviously, we can ask our mirror which is the most beautiful because beauty remains very subjective and relative. So what are the criteria by which we count beauty? What if we could actually measure it mathematically?

The most beautiful cat in the world…

Science naturally took this issue into account when creating the so-called golden ratio. It is a mathematical formula that is a ratio, tentatively defined in geometry as the unique ratio between two lengths. This means that it measures the physical symmetry of an element and that this golden ratio is close to Phi, i.e. 1.62.

It was these novels that made it possible to declare Robert Pattinson the most beautiful man in the world, Bella Hadid the most beautiful woman in the world, and the Dalmatian the most beautiful dog.

Norwegian

What about cats? What is the closest cat breed to this golden ratio? There are three who share the title of the most beautiful cat in the world: the Norwegian (1.65), the Russian Blue (1.65) and the German (1.59).

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Then we find Ragamuffin (1.67), Siberian (1.55), American Curl (1.56), Selkirk Rex (1.69), Siamese (1.55), Maine Coon (1.71) and Egyptian Mau (1.72). At the end of the arrangement are the Persian, Peterbild and Himalayan cats, which are scientifically considered some of the ugliest cats in the world.