The 10 Most Expensive Cat Breeds Money Can Buy

Maine Coon

Maine Coons have long been the Cat Fanciers' Association's premier breed, thus its higher price. The Maine Coon, one of the nicest cat breeds, is known as the gentle giant.


This unusual, tiny cat breed debuted in 1993. The Russian breeder mixed a hairless Donskoy cat with an Oriental Shorthair to make it. Newer cat breeds are sometimes the most costly. 

Scottish Fold

Resembling an owl due to its large eyes, rounded head and curled ears, this charming breed is savvy, soft-spoken and easily adaptable to novel situations.

British Shorthair

One glance shows why these adorable and popular Brits made our list, but if you need to explain the expense, we'll help. British Shorthairs are healthy, but too much treat time can lead to obesity.


These relaxed, easygoing and sweet-natured cats are extremely social, making them a good fit for busy homes with plenty of people, guests and friendly pets.

Russian Blue

The most costly cat breeds may test your value. The "they study each newcomer's intent from a safe distance.


A cute Himalayan! The 1930s hybrid breed included Persian long hair and Siamese color points. You may ask if the Himalayan inherited Siamese voice volume. It didn't.


The Persian loves a peaceful existence due to its flat face and long hair. "A sudden energy burst can fool you."


If you have ever fantasized about being able to handle a feline, the Toyger has the attitude, intelligence and ideal wildcat looks


These bald and wrinkled cats are playful with other felines, kids and dogs, making them a great option for families.

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