The Savannah cat is a hybrid breed that results from crossing a domestic cat with a serval, a wild African cat species. Known for their striking appearance and dog-like behaviors, Savannah cats can be quite expensive, with prices ranging from a few thousand to tens of thousands of dollars.
Marketed as one of the most exotic and rare cat breeds, the Ashera cat is a hybrid of the African serval, the Asian leopard cat, and a domestic cat. With their large size and distinctive spotted coat, Ashera cats are among the most expensive, with prices reaching into the six figures.
Bengal cats are known for their distinctive spotted or marbled coat, resembling that of a leopard. Depending on the quality of the breed, Bengal cats can be relatively expensive, especially those from reputable breeders with sought-after bloodlines.
The Caracat is a hybrid breed resulting from the crossbreeding of a caracal (a wild cat) with an Abyssinian or Chausie domestic cat. These cats have a striking appearance, with tufted ears and a sleek, spotted coat. They are relatively rare and can be quite expensive.
The Peterbald is a Russian breed known for its unique hairless or short coat. These cats can be quite expensive due to their rarity and distinctive appearance. Some Peterbalds also have a coat known as "brush coat," featuring a fine layer of fuzz.
The Elf cat is a hybrid between a Sphynx and an American Curl, resulting in a hairless cat with distinctive curled ears. Due to their unique appearance, Elf cats can be relatively expensive compared to other breeds.
Known for their striking blue-gray coat and vivid green eyes, Russian Blue cats are a sought-after breed. While not as expensive as some hybrid breeds, Russian Blues from reputable breeders can still command a high price.
The Scottish Fold is recognized for its distinctive folded ears, which give it an owl-like appearance. Depending on factors like coat color and pattern, Scottish Folds can be relatively expensive, especially those from reputable breeders.