19 Awesome Cats That Cost a Fortune

Published on Jun 17, 2017
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19 Awesome Cats That Cost a Fortune

There are more than 250 cat breeds in the world: hairless and furry, wayward and friendly, tender and freedom loving. How much do the most expensive breeds cost? Do you know?
To tell the truth, you’ll be really surprised to discover the prices of the most exotic cats in the world. Do you know which one is the most expensive? That cat is crazy-expensive but incredibly awesome.

TIMESTAMPS
Norwegian Forest cat 0:40
Himalayan cat 1:00
Scottish Fold 1:29
Peterbald 2:04
Egyptian Mau 2:31
Maine Coon 2:56
LaPerm 3:25
Russian Blue 3:51
Serengeti cat 4:11
Elf cat 5:03
Toyger
American Curl 5:28
Bengal cat 5:56
Safari 6:23 
Khao Manee 6:50
Chausie 7:16
Caracal 7:43
Savannah cat 8:07
Ashera 8:43

SUMMARY
- Norwegian Forest cat. A kitten’s price varies from $600 to $3,000. This cat’s ancestors were bred by Vikings 2,000 years ago.
- Himalayan cat. A kitten costs from $500 to $1,300. This breed looks much like a Persian cat, but it’s characterized by blue eyes and colorpoint coloring.
- Scottish Fold. A kitten costs from $200 to $1,500. The calling card of Scottish Folds is cute ears that, unlike other cats, don’t stick up — they hang.
- Peterbald. This kitty will cost you from $400 to $1,200. The Peterbald, also known as the Petersburg Sphynx, was bred in Russia in 1994.
- Egyptian Mau. To become an owner of an Ancient Egyptian cat, you should pay from $500 to $1,500.
- Maine Coon. This giant kitty’s price ranges between $600 and $1,500. The Maine Coon is one of the largest cat breeds.
- LaPerm. A kitten of this breed costs from $200 to $2,000. This cat is one of the most unusual breeds that appeared in 1980 in the USA.
- Russian Blue. You can buy this lucky charm for $400 to $2,000. This is one of the most popular shorthair cat breeds.
- Serengeti cat. You can buy this cat for $600 to $2,000. This breed began its history in California in 1994.
- Elf cat. Those who’re eager to buy this unique cat will have to pay a rather large sum of money — $2,000.
- Toyger. You can get inspired for $500 to $3,000. This large cat breed resembles a tiger with its coat pattern, and it explains the name’s origin.
- American Curl. You can join the American Curl admirers for $1,000 to $3,000. This breed was developed in California in 1981.
- Bengal cat. This awesome mini leopard costs $1,000 to $4,000. This breed was developed by crossing an Asian Leopard сat with a domestic cat.
- Safari. You can become an owner of a domestic predator for $4,000 to $8,000.
- Khao Manee. This lucky charm sells for $7,000 to $11,000. We can find the earliest references to this breed in Tamra Maew, or ’Cat Book Poems.'
- Chausie. A kitten’s price varies from $8,000 to $10,000. This is one of the rarest cat breeds. It was developed by crossing a domestic and a jungle cat.
- Caracal. That’s why buying a kitten for $7,000 to $10,000 can help to preserve this unique species.
- Savannah cat. To get such a wonderful cat, you need to have lots of space for it to play — as well as $4,000 to $22,000.
- Ashera. The Ashera is the most exotic domestic cat in the world. You can become a proud owner of this majestic kitty for $22,000 to $100,000.

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