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Top 10 Expensive Cat Breeds

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Bengal: $3,000-$25,000

The Bengal is a fearless, water-loving cat breed that is a hybrid of the Egyptian Mau and the Asian leopard cat, and like other designer breeds, it's challenging to breed with premature kittens resulting in few surviving ones per litter.

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Persian: $1,500-$5,500

The Persian cat is known for its fluffy fur, flat face, and sweet personality, making it a popular choice for those seeking a laid-back and affectionate companion with a long history.

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Ragdoll: $800-$5,000

The Ragdoll's price range varies depending on whether it's a simple pet, show-quality cat, or show-quality cat fit for breeding, but they all feature semi-long, soft, silky fur, color point coat, blue eyes, and a gentle and affectionate personality.

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Khao Manee: $7,000-$11,000

The Diamond Eye Cat, also known as the Khao Manee, is a naturally occurring all-white feline breed with bright jewel-like eyes that can come in various colors and has been a secret among Thai people for centuries.

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Savannah Cat: $10,000-$25,000

The Savannah Cat is the second most expensive cat breed due to the number of generations it has been crossed with a domestic cat, with an F1 being the most difficult and expensive to produce.

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Ashera: $22,000-$125,000

"The Ashera cat breed tops the list as the most expensive feline, followed by other recognized designer breeds, with prices ranging from $200 to $75,000, depending on factors such as quality, breeding, and coat color.

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Sphynx: $900-$9,800

The Sphynx cat is a hairless breed with a playful and affectionate personality that loves to dress up in sweaters to keep warm due to a genetic mutation.

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Toyger: $3,000-$5,000

The Toyger, a cross between a Bengal cat and a domestic shorthair tabby, has a striking resemblance to the Bengal with its striped fur but has a more easygoing and friendly temperament.

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Peterbald: $1,700-$5,000

The Peterbald, a rare Russian breed that looks like a muted Sphynx, is a low-maintenance, social, loving, and loyal cat resulting from a cross between the Oriental Shorthair, Siamese, and Sphynx.

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Siberian: $700-$4,000

The Siberian is a large, friendly, and hypoallergenic domestic cat breed with a thick double coat, developed in the 1980s but with a centuries-old Russian ancestry.

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