These Exotic Cat Breeds Will Leave You Purring
Missy aka Tizzy
Nature and Travel
On 15th March 2018
We understand that not everyone is a cat person. But for those of you who are, you are going to be astounded by these cats. They are unlike anything you will find in your local pet store. Owning an exotic cat, however, may not be for everyone as they tend to need much more care than your standard house cat. But, if you have the money and the time, you might want to look into one of these breeds. Once you see them, we guarantee you will fall in love!
Is this not the most gorgeous cat you have ever seen? The Bengal is a cross breed of an Asian Leopard Cat and a housecat. They are very needy and energetic. They can be trained similar to how you train a dog and will love to take walks with you outside unlike your typical house cat.
These cats are ginormous. They have a distinct M mark in the middle of their forehead that labels them as Maine Coon. You will also notice that some domesticated cats like tabby cats also have this marking. They come from the same line, but will never get nearly as big as a purebred coon will.
These stunners are a mix between a domestic cat and a Serval. They are lithe cats that can grow to be 25 pounds in weight. They are very curious which will lead to them being quite mischevious. They will always behave like they are a kitten and can be trained like a dog without the issue of having to teach them to use the bathroom outside. But they will enjoy playing games and going for walks on a leash.
If you are looking for a true black cat, you might want to check out the Bombay breed. It is a hybrid of the sable Burmese and black American Shorthair cat. They are friendly with other pets, people, and children. They are extremely playful, so they will definitely keep you on your toes. They also prefer a spotless bathroom facility, so be sure to scoop that litter box frequently.