Originating from Kenya, Sokoke cats are known for their distinctive, wild appearance with a short, ticking coat similar to that of a wild African cat. They are rare and highly prized for their unique appearance.
This breed hails from the Kuril Islands, located between Russia and Japan. Kurilian Bobtails have a semi-cobby build and a short, pom-pom-like tail. They are known for their intelligence and adaptability.
This rare breed is characterized by its wiry, crimped coat that feels similar to lamb's wool. They are a mutation of the American Shorthair and are known for their friendly nature.
The Ocicat resembles a wild cat but is actually a domestic breed developed through selective breeding. They have a spotted coat reminiscent of a wild ocelot. Despite their wild appearance, they have a gentle and playful temperament.
A relatively new breed, Minskins are recognized for their short legs and hairless or short fur coat. They have a unique appearance, combining traits from the Sphynx and Munchkin breeds.
As the name suggests, Toygers were bred to resemble a small tiger. They have a striking coat pattern reminiscent of a tiger's stripes and a friendly, outgoing personality.
Known for its distinctive curly coat, the Selkirk Rex is a rare breed with a charming, affectionate nature. They have a unique appearance due to their curly fur.
Originating from Russia, the Peterbald is a hairless or partially hairless breed known for its sleek, elegant appearance and friendly, affectionate nature.