Most Expensive Cats BREEDS In The World

Most Expensive Cats BREEDS In The World

Cats have been around humans for a long time
and in fact they were even considered a status symbol in the olden days. And even today, videos of funny cats rule
the internet and they do have their own particular brand of tactics. They are also pretty moody as any cat owner
will know, but people still don’t mind shelling out a bomb for these felines. Lets take a look at some of the most expensive
cats in the world. 15. Norwegian Forest Cat. These cats can be identified by their long
shaggy fur, which is especially suited for cold weathers. But what is interesting to note is that these
cats were on the verge of extinction during the second world war but thankfully, a loyal
club saved them from that gruesome fate! One of the reasons because of which they were
under threat is that the Norwegian forest cats are prone to kidney and heart diseases. So be careful when you bring them home after
a paying a price of $600. And they also come with a fascinating history
as they were probably shorthaired cats brought by the Vikings to Norway who mated with the
Angora breeds to give rise to the Norwegian forest cat! 14
Ocicat. An experimental breeding between Abyssinian,
Siamese and American short hair cats led to the birth of the ocicat. The ocicat is a spotted little wonder which
resembles an ocelot, and hence the name. The ocicat has a wild and untamed look about
it along with an athletically built body. They also have a very good nature which makes
them pretty good as pets and perhaps that is the reason why people are willing to spend
up to $800 to get these cats home! 13
Maine Coon. These cats are native to New England and they
are known for their ability to hunt mouse. As such, it is easy to imagine why these felines
would be desirable as pets in most households with a rodent problem. But the Maine coon is much more than that
as they are also very intelligent and can bear the cold weather well. They have a shaggy coat, fluffy tail and large
tufted ears. The maine coon are also a pretty large species
of cats but don’t judge them by their size because they do have a kind disposition unlike
many cats and you can get them home for about $1000. 12. British Shorthair. If you want a cat that stands out from the
rest, the British shorthair is probably your best bet. These cats have grey fur with extremely striking
eyes. Coupled with that, these cats are pretty calm
and are an excellent addition to households which have small kids. Perhaps that is the reason why the British
Shorthair is one of the most desirable pets in the UK. But if you too are tempted to bring this cat
home, be ready to shell out anything between $800 to $1000. 11. American Wirehair. Nature is known for creating new things every
now and then just because it feels like. And that is what led to the birth of the American
Whitehair. This breed of cat was a result of a spontaneous
mutation in a litter of farm cats in upstate new York and was discovered in 1966. Since then, they have become a pretty popular
pet because of their wirehair fur. This is what separates them from other cats
and they are also pretty resilient to diseases. Which in turn makes them easy to care for
and hence they make really good pets. Although you will have to shell out about
$1200 for these kitties! 10
American Curl. One of the most popular cats is the American
curl. These furballs have distinctive curling ears
and very expressive eyes! They are medium sized with a rectangular build
and have a silky, back lying coat. And what is interesting about these cats is
that their origins can be traced to a single stray longhaired black cat which decided to
move in with a couple back in 1981! She was the original American curl and all
other cats of the species can link their origin back to them. But for owning one of her descendants, you
will have to have a spare $1200! 9. Russian Blue. These feline beauties are definitely something
that is very suited for your house. These cats look amazing with beautiful fur
and attractive eyes but more than that, they have a very stable temperament. And not just that, they also build very strong
connections with children and are very tolerant towards other pets. So if you want to have more than one pet,
the Russian blue is something you should definitely consider. That is of course if you have $3000 as the
budget for getting a pet. And if you do, do consider the Russian blue
because they are one of the smartest cats around!
8. Scottish Fold. The Scottish fold is a very unique breed which
has really amazing eyes and exquisite fur. They also have drooping ears which makes them
look adorable at times and pissed off at other times! But one thing that the Scottish fold really
has going for it is that they are extremely loving companions and are well suited as pets. But of course, to indulge in one of them you
will have to pay a hefty price of $3000! 7. Sphynx. When it comes to cat, none beat the weirdness
of the sphinx. Because the first thing that will strike you
when you look at a sphinx is that they do not have any hair. And that is not because they like to be shaved
regularly. It is a genetic mutation that was first noted
in Toronto, Canada when a domestic cat gave birth to a hairless kitten. But that does not mean that they have any
other defects. They are in fact very resilient to disease
and are playful, loyal and love human affection. And not just humans, they like to play and
be around other species of pets as well which make them an ideal friend to bring home. Though you will have to shell out $3000 for
their company! 6. Peterbald. These cats have a very unique look about them. Their face is longer than most cats and they
have a slender build. But they are also very curious and smart as
well. These cats were born from an experimental
cross between a Donskoy and a Shorthair world champion and are great to have around the
house. They are very stable and are extremely affectionate
towards children and homeowners. They also adapt well with other pets and don’t
rile them too much, unlike other cats. But owning a Peterbald is expensive, as they
cost around $5000! 5. Persian Cat. While it may be easy to think that these cats
originate in Persia, these cats have been around for a very long time! In fact, they were around hundred of years
before even the birth of Christ! The Persian cats are known for their luxurious
long hair and pansy faces which mock you more often than not! Ironically though, these cats have a gentle
personality and adjust and adapt well to boisterous households! And while these cats can be brought home for
about $5500, their maintenance is also not easy because their fur is actually quite delicate
and presents problems of hairballs and tangles pretty regularly. But that aside, these cats are wonderful to
have around the house as they are playful and loving and look absolutely royal! 4. Bengal Cat. One look at the Bengal cat and you will probably
think that you have come across a small leopard. But actually, these cats are a result of a
cross between the wild Asian leopard cat and domestic shorthairs. And even though its ancestors were wild, the
Bengal cat is a domesticated animal who are extremely intelligent, super active and really
fun pet. But if you are thinking of getting one for
yourself, be sure to carry at least $25,000 with you because these beauties are not cheap
by any standards! But they are good fun to have in the house
as they love to hang from things, are very inquisitive, play with stuff and have even
been known to jump into aquariums to satisfy their curiosity! 3. Savannah Cat. One of the most loyal cats is the savannah
cat. In fact, its loyalty can even be compared
to dogs! And they are also very social and friendly
with other animals and humans if they are exposed to them from an early age. The savannah cat was born in 1986 when a breeder
crossed the wild African sevral cat with a domestic Persian cat. The cats have a long and athletic body and
are very strong. In fact, they are known for their incredible
jumping ability which allows them to leap on top of doors and fridges. The savannah are active, playful and curious
as well and make for good company around the house. But their company does cost a lot as these
cats are known to be sold for around $50,000! 2
Ashera. Imagine crossing an Asian leopard with a domestic
cat. What you get is the Ashera which actually
looks a lot like the savannah. Which is probably why you need to be very
careful when bringing these cats home as they are very rare. In fact, they are the rarest cat breed in
the world and more than often, savannahs are paraded around as the Ashera. But if you do manage to get hold of an authentic
Ashera, you will have a very intelligent, loyal and loving cat. But you will also need to be rich because
these cats are generally available after spending anything between $15,000 to $100,000!
1. Black Footed Cat. When it comes to pets most of us prefer to
have smaller sized ones. But since cats are generally small in size
it does not really matter, but if it did the black footed cat would surely be one of the
most wanted ones. They are the smallest cat in Africa and one
of the smallest wild cats in the world. However, it would be difficult to get your
hands on one because they are listed as vulnerable. The reason for that is bushmeat poaching and
the fact that the small size of these cats actually make them a prey by even domestic
animals. Though they are known to put up a great fight
against any predator! The black footed cats are patterned with black
or brown spots that merge to form rings around the neck and this actually helps in their
camouflage. But if you want to get these cats home as
pets, you would be disappointed because they are not up for sale! Have you ever met any of these cats? Or better yet, do you own one? If so, do let us know what your experience
has been with them and what prompted you to spend a bomb on a cat! And remember to subscribe to our channel to
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Comments (10)

  1. I love number 15 it looks so cuddly!

  2. I love cats.These cats are beautiful.

  3. The Peterbald has such a sweet face!

  4. Number 2 looks amazing!

  5. I wouldn't mind one of the more hypoallergenic breeds, but, there's probably no way I could have a cat!

  6. Anyone else just come for the thumbnail?

  7. abyssinian? Egyptian mau? Cornish Rex? you guys are missing a few

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