9-Savannah Cat: $10,000-$25,000:
The runner-up on our list of the most expensive cats is the Savannah Cat. This peculiar crossbreed between a wild serval and a domestic cat can have its price range vary greatly, depending on how many times it has been crossed with a domestic cat. If a Savannah Cat is an F1, it is considered to be half serval and they are also the hardest to produce. This is because there are significant differences in the gestation period of both animals and as a result, F1 Savannah Cats can be quite rare. Whether you decide to own one as a pet or simply to look at its majestic beauty, Savannah Cats are truly exquisite creatures.
The Sphynx is an unforgettable sight, its hairlessness, large eyes, and ears cause an initial “Wow!” But looks aside, this breed of cat makes an ideal pet. Its particular genetic mutation not only lacks fur but doesn’t affect any other aspect of its health. Along with the benefit of not needing to worry about brushing out knots or having to vacuum up hairs around the house, you’ll get a playful and energetic companion in your home. The Sphynx’s personality is second to none; often silly, mischievous and never lacking fun it won’t take long for you to see why families fall for this furry-less feline!
Peterbald cats can cost up to $5,000 and are known to have originated from Russia. These cats look like shorthairs, but there are different varieties available, with straight fur and even those born hairless due to a gene for hair loss. Peterbald cats possess both intelligence and a gentle temperament, making them an ideal pet for households with other cats or children. The history of Peterbalds began in 1994 when a cat named Sphinx went through a series of experiments in St. Petersburg which led to the development of the beloved new breed.
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