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13 Rarest Cat Breeds In The World

13 Rarest Cat Breeds In The World

Cats are one of the few creatures on Earth that are universally accepted as “pet material’. However, you may actually be surprised at some of the rarer and unique of the species, in this article, we will present you 13 from rarest Cat Breeds In The World.

The Serval

13 Rarest Cat Breeds In The World

You’d be forgiven for not knowing about this special cat, as it’s from Africa. But what I told you that the Serval is actually pretty popular in the US as a pet? What makes this particular cat so interesting is its size and its looks.

It’s actually pretty tall for a cat, and because of its look, if you saw one of these in the confines of your hometown or city, you might think it’s a cheetah. Funnily enough, the Serval is a rather docile cat. It doesn’t climb, it likes being quiet, and it only hunts small prey. And for those wondering, no, there have been no confirmed cases of a Serval killing a human.


Peterbald Here’s a unique cat that will make you do a double-take. the Peterbald is a species of cat that is found mostly in Russia, and have a trait of not having hair. So they’re quite literally bald cats.

Though to be fair, not all of them are bald, some do get hair, but they do often lose it. So, what kind of personality does a Peterbald have?
Well, it’s actually quite a playful species of cat.
More than that though, it’s intelligent.

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cat breeds Korat

Though cats are accepted in most cultures in the world, that doesn’t mean they don’t get their fair share of superstitions attached to them.

A black cat, for example, can be viewed as bad luck, but also, there are good luck cats. One of which is the Korat.

Why is the Korat considered lucky? it’s because of its rarity. To the extent that during the 14th century they were a sign of status and honor in the Thai government. Some were even given away as gifts to foreigners as a symbol of good faith.

the Caracals cat

the Caracals is one that is both stunning to look at and is very interesting in terms of how it acts. Caracals are a type of Lynx, another exotic cat that has been known to have some aggressive tendencies at times.

In fact, many looks at the Caracals as having the looks of a Lynx, but the personality of the Serval. Some even believe they are more “well-mannered” than Servals, which is saying something.

They also tend to act more like cats, as they use hissing as communication, and are very independent.

The Norwegian Forest Cat

The Norwegian Forest Cat is a breed of cat that is very popular in Europe. However, during World War II, this particular cat was almost made extinct.

It survived however due to the efforts of the Norwegian Forest Cat Club. They saved the cats and then used a special breeding program to help bring their population numbers back up to acceptable levels. Because of that, they have declared a species, the Norwegian Forest Cat, in the 1970s.

If you are up for getting this cat, you can be in for a long haul with them, as they can live up to 16 years.

However, you need to make sure you take care of them because they have been known to get Kidney Disease and Heart Disease.

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Serengeti Cat

Serengeti Sometimes, you’re not born into the world an original, you’re created, and cats have been a breed that way for a long time believe it or not. A great example of this is the Serengeti.

This species is a recent addition to the cat world, as they were “developed” in the 1990s by crossing the Bengal and Oriental Shorthair species. Because of this, they have a look that has been likened to the Serval, yet they’re entirely different in every way.

The Serengeti has been described as a “confident, active, and graceful” cat, which sounds like a perfect cat.

Add to that, the breeding technique that helped create this particular cat has inspired others around the world.

Ocelots cat

Ocelots are one of the more known exotic species of cats in the world.

Mainly because they’re gorgeous, and people have tried to make them pets for quite some time‚Ķwith mixed results.

Though you can truly understand why people would want to try and make an Ocelot into a pet. Their fur is stunning, and the way they look at you with those eyes is something special.

But, they can be a handful. For example, they don’t take well to commands, and will downright ignore you at times. Furthermore, they have a particular odor that can be overwhelming at times.and they have a very “unique” mating call that will likely terrify you.


Rarest Cat Breeds In The World

Geoffroy’s Cat From a rather big domestic cat to a very small exotic one

this isn’t a cat owned by a specific person, but a whole species, and one that measures in as one of the smallest cats on Earth, to the extent that when they’re fully grown they only weight at max eight pounds.

They were born in South America, and are so well adapted that the heat nor the cold will affect them. People have an odd fascination with this breed of cat.

They apparently use it to breed a form of Safari Cat, and some have tried to make it a pet. Because of this, getting one is extremely hard, as their entire species are regulated when it comes to trading for them or trying to obtain them.

Though known to be sky, they can attack when nervous or threatened. They also prefer a quiet life, which is likely why South America suits them so well.

California Spangled

Rarest Cat Breeds In The World

California Spangled Developed in the US at the “urging” of anthropologist Louis Leaky, the California Spangled is now one of the rarest cat breeds in the world today.

Sadly, the desire for such cats also breeds the Bengal and the Ocicat, which made the popularity of the California Spangled take a nosedive. Thus why it’s so rare.

British Shorthair

Rarest Cat Breeds In The World

British Shorthair It’s well known that cats live long lives, and have been around for a VERY long time. But this species is one of the oldest known cat breeds ever, the British Shorthair.

This cat is so revered in the UK that it’s inspired many things, not the least of which was the look of the Cheshire Cat in Alice in Wonderland. Plus, it’s the most pedigreed breed in the country.

To be honest, it’s not hard to see why people are attracted to it. It’s big, those copper eyes are both piercing and intimidating (in a good way of course), and it has several different fur color possibilities. Though its most famous fur is its blue-gray combination.

Turkish Van

Rarest Cat Breeds In The World

Turkish Van This one deserves a special spot on the list because of its unique fur and personality and it from rarest cat breeds

This cat is affectionately named the “swimming cat” because it really likes to swim! Why? it’s probably because its fur is water-resistant. Which I honestly didn’t know was possible for a cat!

Its fur is so special it doesn’t even mat. The history of the Turkish Van is also pretty interesting. They were originally found in the 1800s in Turkey, hence the name. And then, later on, were brought over to the UK. Yet, they weren’t brought to the US until the ’80s.

What’s more, because of the Turks love for the cat, they made it hard to import for breeding purposes. Despite that, if you are able to get one, you’ll have a very fun companion.

Rarest cat breeds (Egyptian Mau )

Rarest Cat Breeds In The World

Egyptian Mau Another cat that looks like a jungle cat, the Egyptian Mau is unique because its spots are actually natural to it.

This is one of the fastest breeds of domestic cats out there. In fact, it’s been clocked at going 30MPH! That’s a fast cat, good luck catching one of them.

The Egyptian Mau has been documented as having a very “musical’ sounding voice, which is a big plus for cat owners who don’t want to hear an annoying “meow” every 5 seconds.

Also, they have a very kind and gentle personality, making the Egyptian Mau a must-have pet if you can get one.

Which, sadly, brings me to the fact that there are only 7000 of these cats registered at this time. So they are from the rarest Cat Breeds In The World.

the rarest cat breeds( Bombay)

Rarest Cat Breeds In The World

If you have been paying attention, you’ll have noticed that people really want miniaturized versions of wild big cats like Lynx, bobcats, jaguars, lions, etc.

Another cat that people have apparently wanted to “miniaturize” is the panther. And because of that, the Bombay was breed These cats are rare, yet they really do look like a small version of a panther, but without the aggressive nature.

The Bombay can even be leash-trained if you can believe it, proving that it’s a very kind and docile breed. It’s kind to other pets, it’s kind to people, and its eyes just lure people to it. Needless to say, this is one special cat and rarest cat breeds in the world.

We leave you this wonderful video for the most beautiful cats, enjoy watching.

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