The 13 Most Expensive Cat Breeds


American Curl

American Curl cat, playful and youthful, lying on a shimmery brown background, known for their kitten-like temperament.

British Shorthair

The British Shorthair is one of the world’s oldest cat breeds. Experts think that the feline is descended from cats imported to Rome from ancient Egypt.

Russian Blue

Russian Blue cats, with their stunning blue-gray coat and bright eyes, are known for their sweetness, loyalty, and cautious nature.

Maine Coon

Maine coons are highly intelligent pets, and they can be trained to perform simple tricks on command.


A stunning winter portrait of a Siberian cat, known for its agility and strength.


A cute Ragdoll kitten with an adorable expression, known for its laid-back nature


The Peterbald cat is sensitive to extreme temperatures and should rather be an indoor cat.


Toyger cat plying in a tree. They are normally active and very curious and tend to be very vocal.


The dignified and docile Persian cat is known for being quiet and sweet. Although Persians tend to be relaxed and easygoing, they also command an air of royalty.


The Sphynx cat, famous for its clingy nature, thrives in the company of its owners. They adore cuddling and are cherished for their sensitive and sweet disposition.

Khao Manee

Originating from Thailand, the Khao Manee is an ancient breed associated with good luck. These outgoing and playful companions are known for their unwavering loyalty and devotion to their human counterparts.


A Bengal Cat hunting outdoors, on a branch in a tree. The Bengal cat is a highly intelligent breed characterized by its wild, leopard-like appearance.