Most Costly and Extravagant Pedigree Cat Breeds


Savannah cats can cost from $15,000 up to $50,000 for an F1 hybrid of a domestic cat and an African serval.


Hairless Peterbald kittens from top breed lines have sold for $5,000. The lack of coat drives up the price.

F1 Bengal

F1 Bengal cats with prominent wild markings have sold for $25,000. Lower filial generations sell for under $2,000


Top pedigree Persians from champion bloodlines can sell for $5,000. Their luxurious long fur coats demand the price.

Scottish Fold

Well-bred Scottish Fold kittens can cost $3,000+ due to their unique folded ears and round teddy bear faces.


As a newer experimental breed, Sphynx cats sell for $3,000 from reputable breeders. Their lack of fur increases price.

Norwegian Forest Cat

Due to their rarity outside Europe, Norwegian Forest Cats range from $800 - $2,500 in the United States.

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