The Most Expensive Cat Breeds

Maine Coons have long been the Cat Fanciers' Association's top breed, hence its higher price. The Maine Coon, one of the friendliest cat breeds, is known as the gentle giant. Kids and family pets are their specialty. This cat barely shows indications of anger.

 Peterbald Cost average: $1,000–$2,600 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 expensive. 

Scottish Fold Cost average: $1,500–$2,500 The Scottish Fold is a lovely, fluffy, and cuddling cat breed that loves you. “Resembling an owl with its large eyes, rounded head and folded ears, this charming breed is intelligent, soft-spoken and easily adaptable to new situations,

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 British Shorthair Cost average: $1,500–$3,000 One look shows why these adorable and popular Brits made this list, but if you need to justify the expense, we will help. British Shorthairs are healthy, but too much treat time can lead to obesity.

.Bombay Who thinks black cats are unlucky? Despite being called "the miniature panther," these black beauties are more friends than predators. In fact, Washburn calls them "gorgeous creatures that are often great with kids.

Ragdoll Price: $1,500-$3,000: Average. Huge and fluffy with piercing blue eyes, no surprise. Ragdolls are popular and expensive. But they are more than lovely faces. Reed adds, "These calm, easygoing and sweet-natured cats are exceptionally social

 Russian Blue Cost average: $1,500–$3,000 The most expensive cat breeds may test your value. “They observe every newcomer's intention from a safe distance," says Dr. Cuevas. "They decide the relationship's terms

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