The Lykoi cat resembles a werewolf with its light facial hair and scraggly salt-and-pepper fur. Named after the Greek word for werewolf, it has a unique and strange appearance.
Peterbalds are unusual cats with hairless grey skin, slanted faces, and large pointy ears. Originating from St. Petersburg in 1994, they were a product of experimental breeding
Munchkin cats, nicknamed "sausage cats," have short legs due to a dwarf-gene mutation. They were the original dwarf breed but suffered from unethical breeding to promote their unique trait.
Scottish Folds: cute, fuzzy cats with folded ears, gentle temperament, and low energy. Controversial gene mutation, requires proper care. Low-maintenance and easy to groom.
Maine Coon, the largest domestic cat breed, reaches up to 1 meter in length. Despite their size, they are affectionate and adaptable, making them ideal family pets who enjoy playing with everyone.
The Selkirk Rex is a rare curly-haired cat breed, known as a Rex. It's a unique curly wonder in the cat world, with kittens even having ringlet-style curls in their whiskers at birth.
Elegant Oriental Longhair cats have silky coats, resemble Siamese, and are intelligent, curious, and talkative. Great with kids, they are like dogs in learning tricks but also enjoy personal space.
Minskin: hairless like Sphynx, stocky body. Created in 1998 by crossing Sphynx with Munchkin. Goal: healthier Sphynx. Successful outcome achieved.
Devon Rex cats are loyal, loving, and mischievous. They are great companions, enjoy attention, and get along with visitors, kids, and other animals.
Minskin: hairless like Sphynx, stockier body. Created in 1998 by crossing Sphynx with Munchkin. Aiming for healthier version, successful outcome.