Most Costly Pedigreed Cat Breeds Worldwide

Hybrid crosses between Asian Leopard Cats, Abyssinians and domestics, Asheras sell for $15,000+! Fewer than 100 exist globally with waitlists years long.


Savannah cats start over $1000, with F1 generations costing up to $20,000! These exotic tall beauties result from crosses with African servals.   


Due to intricate breeding and patterns resembling leopards, pedigreed Bengal kittens typically sell from $1000-$5000 depending on coat colors/generation.


Elegant Persians range from $1000-$5000 thanks to meticulous breeding needed to achieve their brachycephalic faces and floor-length fur.


Ranging $1000-$5000, prices for Scottish Fold's folded ears and rounded faces stay elevated due to careful selection avoiding joint issues associated with breed. 

Scottish Fold

Breeding Sphynx's hairlessness carries health risks for kittens leading prices between $1000-$3000 for these unusual nearly naked cats.


Imported from Britain or Europe rather than Russia now, Russian Blue's silver-blue short fine coats draw over $2000 per kitten in United States.  

Russian Blue

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