They look like Ragdolls
to me: one is a mitted sealpoint, the other is mitted silver lynxpoint.
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"Ragdoll cats get their name from their tendency to go limp when picked up or held. Ragdolls have a sturdy, imposing frame with soft, medium length fur in different shades of brown and gray. Ragdoll cats
are very affectionate and friendly.
They easly take to new people and co-exist with other animals, including dogs and children. It could take your Ragdoll four to five years to fully mature; however, adult males weigh anywhere from 12 to 20 pounds and the females weigh 10 to 15 pounds.
are one of the least aggressive and calmest breeds of domestic cat and posses a warm, affectionate disposition. Your Ragdoll cat may greet your visitors at the door and follow them around your home like a puppy; in fact the breed has many dog like traits, such as fetching toys and loyalty to their owners.
Because of the Ragdoll’s laid back nature they should be kept as strictly indoor cats as they may not defend themselves from aggressive animals. Their trusting nature could also lead to theft by stranger so always keep your Ragdoll inside. Ragdoll cats
are smart and are able to learn tricks easily making the breed a favorite at many cat shows. The large frame tends to make them slightly clumsy; however, they remain playfully energetic; if you’re looking for a large, gentle playful cat, Ragdoll Cats
is the breed for you."
Quote from website: Ragdoll Cat Traits | Ragdoll Cats
It's really hard to tell with them jumping around and the angle looking down. Could also be Birmans
, except they don't usually have a white chin. Birman - Cat Facts