These 10 Most Expensive Cat Breeds Will Make You Meow!

People do everything to make their pets happy. This is also true for some when it comes to acquiring one.

Whether it is a pet dog, a haughty cat, or fish people love a particular variety especially if it is unique with its own special characteristics. And for some, the cost does not matter even spending hefty thousands to get them.

So this time we’ve rounded up the 8 most expensive cat breeds with a price tag that will make you meowow! (Check out our most expensive dogs too here)

10. Scottish Fold

Price: $800 – $1,500

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Know for its unusual pair of ears! Scottish folds have ear tips that fold all the way forward which makes them extra special. Hence the name ‘Scottish Fold’. Did you know that Taylor Swift’s furbaby is a Scottish Fold?

9. Siberian Forest Cat

Price: $1,300 – $1,600

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They are one of the ancient breeds, these majestic-looking cats has a large, extra-fluffy, and always guarding. Actually, they have been around since 1000 AD and are beloved for their dog-like personalities (they don’t bark though).

8. British Shorthair

Price: $800 – $1,700

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They are so handsome. These fluffy balls are actually the third most popular cat breed, according to the Cat Fanciers Association.

7. Sphynx

Price: $900 -$1,900

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One of the most strange yet mysterious felines. Cat lovers have sought out this breed specifically for its hairlessness and haughty personality. But don’t expect to skip bath day. These cats tend to get oily and surprisingly require more bathing than other breeds.

6. Russian Blue

Price: $500 – $3,000

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They are close cousins to British Shorthair. What makes them extra special? their dazzling green eyes.

5. Peterbald

Price: $1,700 – $3,000

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Very similar to Sphynx kitties, this breed has little to no hair, but they are slightly larger, slender and more playful than sphynx.

4. Persian

Price: $1,800 – $3,000

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One of the most familiar breeds, you have probably seen them in the movies and cat food commercials. These cuties are also known for being funny affectionate nap lovers.

3. Maine Coon

Price: $950 – $3,500

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A very beautiful-looking cat, Maine is also one of the largest and fluffiest breeds you can find.

2. Bengal

Price: $1,500 – $5,000

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A hybrid of an Asian leopard cat and a domestic cat, this breed has a high energy level and wild-looking coat.

1. Savannah

Price: $1,000- $20,000

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If you want something even wilder than a Bengal, the Savannah is a cross between a domestic cat and an African serval. First-generation Savannah cats are 50% wild.

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