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Egyptian Mau, “Mini Cheetah Of The Cat World”—the fastest domestic cat, reaching speeds of up to 30 mph.
Minskin Cat “Corgi of the cat world”, across between two breeds; Sphynx and Devon Rex ancestry.
Turkish Van, originated from the region of Lake Van, Turkey. They are known as the "swimming cat" for his love of water.
Tonkinese cats are descendants of the Siamese and Burmese breeds. They have a wide variety of vocalizations, which span from a quiet purr to a high-pitched meow.
LaPerm Cat are distinct as a breed in themselves because they are not connected to any other variations of Rex cats.
Norwegian Forest Cat is a longhaired cat originating in Northern Europe and they have dense hair with a soft, silky touch and a glossy appearance.
Kurilian Bobtail is a native breed of Japan’s small islands, known as the Kurils, that runs from the eastern most point of Russia to the tip of Japan's Hokkaido Island.
Sokoke Cats was developed by European immigrants who migrated to Africa and are indigenous to the area of East Africa between Kenya and Somalia.
Chartreux Cat is a breed with French roots that has silver-coated fur and eyes with orange or copper hues.
Devon Rex is a medium-sized cat with large ears and a distinctive long, muscular body. Due to their unusual upward curled whiskers, they frequently appear to be furless.
These are just ten of the rarest breeds of cats in the world. There are others that are quite impressive as well. Have you seen any of these breeds in person? What are some of your favorite and rare cat breeds?
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