This study was conducted to determine the diversity of cats in Quetta city. All cats belonged to the family Felidae, genus Felis. These cats are considered only domesticated species in the family Felidae that’s why often referred to as the “domestic cat” to distinguish it from wild members of the family. The study was carried out from March to December 2019 in Quetta city. During the study period, 1000 cats were documented randomly from Quetta city which resulted in the enumeration of different cats such as Mackerel Tabby cat, Classic Tabby cat, Ticked Tabby cat, Spotted Tabby cat, Persian cat, Bombay cat, Oriental short hair cat, Turkish van cat and Main coon cat, Calico cat and Tortoiseshell cat. Identification of cat was done on the basis of physical characteristics such as coat pattern, coat color and hair (fur) length. The most diverse and abundant cat was tabby cats, recorded 74.2% represented by observing four coat patterns. Mackerel tabby coat patterned cats were found 37.7% followed by Spotted tabby patterned cats 26%, Ticked tabby patterned cats were 6% and classic tabby pattrned cats were found 4.5%, While among various breeds of cats, the most dominant breed was persian cats (8.8%) followed by Bombay cat (4.8%), Turkish van cats (2.8%), Maine coon cats (1.2%) and least was observed Oriental short hair cats (1%) in the study area. While Calico cats were recorded 5.6% and Tortoiseshell or tortie cats were found 1.8%.