RANKING – Meet the 10 world’s rarest and unusual Cat breeds
WORLD´S RAREST CAT BREEDS - We have made a list of the 10 world's rarest and unusual Cat breeds, but Who’s the rarest cat of all? According to the Cat Fanciers’ Association, all pedigreed cats can be considered unusual. But everytime we hear about only the most common breeds of cats. Numbered among them are almost always the Persian, Maine Coon, Ragdoll, and Siamese. But there are a lot of Cat breeds that you have maybe never seen.
Meet the world’s rarest cat breeds!
Munchkin cats: Fanciers assert Munchkin cats can do anything an ordinary cat can do, except leap to the top of the bookcase. They can get on the kitchen counter, but they take the scenic route. Munchkins are also known as “magpies”... READ MORE
Oriental cats: Oriental cats feelings are easily hurt if you ignore them but, given their full share of affection, Oriental cat Shorthairs will repay you with a lifetime of love, affection, and intelligent conversation...READ MORE
Sphynx cats: The Sphynx cat is not the first instance of hairlessness in domestic cats. This natural, spontaneous mutation has been seen in various locations around the world for at least the last ninety-something years, and probably longer...READ MORE
Singapura cats: happily unaware of the controversy surrounding them, go right on being what they are: pesky people pleasers. At home in any situation, Singapuras love to be the center of attention and they don’t seem to understand the word “stranger”... READ MORE
The Elf Cat
The Elf Cat: The Elf cat is a very new and extremely rare hybrid breed originated in the United States by crossing the Sphynx with the American Curl. The Elf cat has inherited the hairless appearance of the Sphynx and the curled ears of the American Curl... READ MORE
Savannah cats: The Savannah cat breed is a tall lean graceful cat with striking dark spots and other bold markings. It is a domestic breed which closely resembles its ancestral source, the African Serval, but is smaller in stature... READ MORE
Peterbald cat: The peterbald cat is an elegant Russian cat breed with a unique coat. The cats may be totally hairless, or they may have a coat that looks and feels like a peach. Peterbalds with longer coats may feel like plush short velvet... READ MORE
LaPerm Cats: The LaPerm is distinctive cat that charms everyone it meets with its soft coat of shaggy curls and ringlets sometimes called a gypsy shag. These are intelligent, active cats who carefully think through just how to get that toy placed just out of reach... READ MORE
Toyger Cats: The Toyger is a friendly outgoing cat that delights in being with people. They are highly intelligent and interactive cats that also get on well with other pets. Their intelligence means that are easy to train and can be taught to go for walks on a leash and to play fetch... READ MORE
Selkirk Rex cats: Selkirk Rex cats are fun-loving, mellow cats with a generous measure of love and affection for their human companions. Very people-oriented, they stay playful and kittenish even as adults. They’re very social and don’t do well in isolation... READ MORE
Lykoi Cats: The Lykoi cat is a breed of cat, a natural mutation of the domestic shorthair. It was developed in Memphis, Tennessee and is said to resemble a werewolf. The Lykoi cat is a partially or almost entirely hairless cat that is genetically distinct from the Canadian Sphynx... READ MORE
Minuet Cats: The Minuet breed, also known as the Napoleon Cat, is a hybrid breed developed from breeding Munchkins with Persian-type cats (Persians, Himalayans, and Exotics). They are a short-legged breed with a domed head, with a more moderate muzzle than the Persian-type cats and round, expressive eyes... READ MORE