These Are the Most Expensive Cat Breeds in the World


9. Bengal

A combination of the Spotted Egyptian Mau and the Asian Leopard cat, this domesticated hybrid is a beauty to behold. These very traits make this worth $1500 to $3000.

With its leopard-like spotted coat and proportionately short limbs, the Bengal is a fiercely cute kitty with an appetite for adventure. This means it’s not your average lazy joe so forget about them if you can’t keep up.

Always on the move, you won’t find Bengals lounging in the living room, in fact they’d rather go climbing trees or fishing by the pond (well if you have one).

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