7 Hybrid Cats Breeds

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Bengal Cat

Bengal cats are not the same as Bengal tigers. Bengal cats are a mixed breed of cat that was created by crossing the Asian leopard cat with different household cats, mainly the Egyptian mau.

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Savannah Cat

There are spotted mix cats called Savannah cats that are taller than Bengal cats and are famous for their unique markings. They are the biggest type of known and listed pet cat breed.

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Chausie

It is thought that chasies are a mix of wild cats and house cats. They like being around people, other cats, and dogs, and they are very friendly. Chausies are built to run and jump, and they look a lot like Abyssinian cats.

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Serengeti

The Serengeti is different from other mixes because it is a cross between the Bengal cat and the Oriental shorthair. Their bodies are thinner than those of their Bengal cousins, but they still have the unique, spotted hair.

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Cheetoh

Love spots? Love cheetoh kitties. After mating the Bengal cat with an ocicat, this new hybrid cat breed was created to be kind yet wild-looking. Despite its size, this hybrid cat gets along with other pets and humans.

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Toyger

You can get stripes without a pet tiger with a toyger. Friendship and trainability are the hallmarks of this Bengal-tabby hybrid. Toygers, like other purebred cats, may develop heart problems.

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Pixiebob

Designed to resemble bobcats and domestic cats, pixiebobs are gregarious and energetic. Pixiebobs have tufts on their ears and bobbed tails like bobcats. Polydactyl toes and chirping are typical.