Article written by Denise Fleck

DENISE FLECK is an award-winning author, animal care instructor and radio show host. She was named one of Pet Age Magazine’s “Women of Influence” for 2018, a “Most Inspiring Story” in 2017 by Voyage Atlanta Magazine and has been nominated for 6 Dog Writers Awards to be announced in early 2019.

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9 thoughts on “20 Most Expensive Cat Breeds in the World (cat price)

  • I have a polytactyl female (all paws). She was a stray that had kitties. Two are polytactyl, one just front paws and one with four, just like mom. Do you have any collectors out there that would be interested? Otherwise all will be spayed and found homes.

  • Hi Denise! I read your article to make myself feel better about the massive amounts of money I have spent on my tuxedo kitty, Bruce. He has been through the ringer with a fungal infection, eye removal, and now we are dealing with the subsequent damage left from the fungal infection. I have spent around $15k! So, maybe Bruce should be on this list. I found him in the middle of the road as a half pound starving kitten. And I’ll do whatever it takes to get him healthy again.

    • I think that when they decided to make a list on the most expensive cats, they were referring to breed, not the actual cost of health and keeping the cat. I wish Bruce great health!

  • My husband and I adopted two Maine coons. They aren’t pure breed as their mother was a calico and are a little small for their size. (Just under 3 ft and 20-25 pounds) but they are my children. We love them very much. They are very much like owning dogs. One loves to play fetch and hide and seek while the other is a bit lazy (until he’s not) they are the largest cats either of us has ever owned. They are also the smartest. They are really funny too. I’m an asthmatic with allergies and my allergist helped me become a cat owner. You adopt young (6 weeks or so) before their dander gets strong. Double your meds and adapt your body to them. (This only works if you aren’t deathly allergic) then your body builds an immunity to your specific cat as they grow up. They stopped growing about 5 or 6 years old. They just turned 11 this year and are brothers.

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  • This exquisite feline is the most expensive domestic cat in the world. The Savannah cat is a hybrid of the African Serval cat and the domestic Persian. Their stunning coats are marked with black spots, and their ears are tall and pointed. best cats food

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