In this article, we’ve compiled the most expensive cat breeds, ever. Although, the list may be subject to future changes.
The top 10 most expensive cat breeds
Savannah is a hybrid of a serval and domestic cats that are native to the US. It can be found in brown, silver, black and smoke colors. It weighs between 12-25pounds and is expected to live up to 12-20years.
Toyger is a cute average-sized cat breed. It weighs 7-15pounds on average and lives up to 12-15years. It has its major colors to be brown mackerel tabby.
Ragdoll is a cute cat breed with semi-long hair and silky coat and blue eyes. It weighs about 12-20pounds and lives up to 12-17years. Its known colors are lilac, chocolate, and cream.
This breed of cat has the appearance of a werewolf because of a mutation. It is largely available in black and gray colors. It weighs around 5-13pounds and can live between 12-15years.
It is a golden shimmer from the hybrid of leopard cat, Egyptian Mau, and Asian leopard cat. It weighs around 6-18pounds and lives between 12-16 years. Its major colors are black, brown, ruddy and cream.
This breed is majorly known for its lack of coat. It is expected to live up to 12-14years and weigh about 6-12pounds. It can be white, black, cream or chocolate in color.
- Maine Coon
It is the second-largest domesticated cat breed with white, gray, golden, or silver colors. It can live 12-15years and weigh about 12-18pounds on average.
This cat breed is native to Russia and it’s formal. It is mostly seen in black, white, silver or tabby colors. It weighs about 8-16pounds and can live between 12-15years.
- American Curl
It is a cute breed particularly characterized by its unusual ears located at the center of the back skull. Its life expectancy is between 12-16years and weighs around 2-10pounds. [Average cost=$1,500]
- Scottish Fold
The ears always fold and bend towards the front of the head. It can weigh up to 5-11pounds and it’s expected to live between 11-14years.
NOTE: The costs above are the costs for high-end breeds. Common breeds can cost way less than high-end breeds, likewise, the prices are basically estimated from registered breeders. We suggest you adopt a cat from your local shelter.
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