Originating from Kenya's Arabuko Sokoke Forest, the Sokoke is known for its distinct wild appearance, short coat with unique ticking, and slender build. They are rare outside their native region.
This breed is a cross between a Chinchilla Persian and a Burmese cat, known for its striking coat, sweet temperament, and luxurious appearance. It remains relatively rare worldwide.
Created to resemble a miniature tiger, the Toyger has a stunning striped coat reminiscent of its larger feline counterpart. They are a rare breed developed in the 1980s.
Hailing from the Kuril Islands of Russia, these cats have a distinctive bobtail and a wild appearance. They are known for their athleticism and strong hunting instincts.
Despite their wild appearance, Ocicats are domestic cats bred to resemble ocelots. Known for their spotted coat and playful nature, they are relatively rare but gaining popularity.
This breed was created in the 1980s to resemble wild cats like leopards. They are rare and known for their striking spotted coat and energetic personality.
A relatively new breed, Minskins are a cross between a Munchkin and a Sphynx, known for their short legs, hairlessness or short coat, and affectionate nature.
Descended from wild cats, the Chausie is a large, athletic breed with a wild appearance. They are a rare breed known for their intelligence and active temperament.