Currently, I have three cats, though over the years I've had countless more.
Artemis (calico) and Havoc (black and white) are bonded littermates adopted from a local rescue; they were part of an owner-surrendered litter from another state. In the region of the United States where I live, we tend to have fairly good spay/neuter success, reducing the number of "unwanted" animals, so it's common for rescues to bring in animals from regions that have lower spay/neuter rates. Artemis, like most calicos, has a ton of sassy attitude, and Havoc is a goofy lovebug.
Beatrice is younger and more feisty, and a local stray rescue. We don't know if she was born stray, escaped, or was dumped, but she was pretty wild when she was rescued and took a lot of effort to get calmed down. She's my first longhaired cat so I've been learning some new things with her.
Before them, I had Dante, a male calico who was with me for 14 and a half years and taught me a lot of what I know about cats now. Losing him was a huge blow in my life, but I never imagined not giving more cats the loving home he'd been able to enjoy.
I'm mostly focused on cats as pets, but over the past year I also added a rescued axolotl and two platies. (I learned very quickly that two platies becomes more platies fast.)