Despite their somber appearance, Sussex Spaniels are amiable and easygoing. They like lengthy walks with their families and are good with kids and pets.Sussex Spaniels are slower and less likely to chase cats.
Pugs are friendly, playful, and even-tempered. Pugs are family favorites that get along with kids and other pets. Pugs and cats must be introduced, as with all breeds on this list.
These breeds can live with cats, although introducing cats and dogs relies on their personalities and temperaments. The owner should introduce and oversee them.
Pekingese are bright and devoted family pets. The breed loves its owners and does well in both cities and the country because to its size. They don't need a yard and like frequent walks, but they rarely hunt cats indoors.
The Standard, Miniature, and Toy were all bred to work with people and other animals—the Standard as a water retriever, the Miniature probably for truffle hunting, and the Toy in performances and circuses—so living with a cat shouldn't be an issue.
English Setters can live alongside many animals due to their history of hunting. This gentle, friendly companion thrives in a home environment. The breed loves kids and needs lots of exercise to keep up with their energy.
The little, powerful, and lively Bichon Frise is known for its white, curly double coat and cheerful personality. Bichons are peaceful, loving, and easily acclimated with other pets like dogs and cats.
The Bernese Mountain Dog's loyalty to cows and sheep from its Swiss Alps drafting and droving work translates well to home pets. Bernese Mountain Dogs enjoy families and are kind and calm.
Golden Retrievers are smart, obedient, and adaptable, making them great family dogs.The breed's trainability, friendliness, and regular exercise could make a cat's home life enjoyable.