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The world’s most Instagrammed cats

New research from comparethemarket.com has studied hashtag data from just under 100 cat breeds to find out which is our favourite of all time. The 10 most Instagrammed cat breeds came out as:

  1. Maine Coon (6.63 mio)
  2. Siamese (5.33 mio)
  3. British Shorthair (5.25 mio)
  4. Scottish Fold (4.81 mio)
  5. Bengal (4.26 mio)
  6. Persian (4.18 mio)
  7. Sphynx (4.03 mio)
  8. Ragdoll (3.71 mio)
  9. Russian Blue (2.52 mio)
  10. Munchkin (2.44 mio)
| 1 October 2019


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