The Devon Rex

The Devon Rex was first seen in 1959 in Devonshire England. Their very exotic elf like features have earned them the name pixie or alien cat. They’re thin medium sized cats, with round eyes and large ears that are set low on their small egg shaped head, but what they’re most prized for is their […]

The Exotic Shorthair

The Exotic Shorthair is sometimes called the lazy person’s Persian, as they have the look and personality of a Persian without the hard to handle coat. The Exotic Shorthair came about in the 1950’s when breeders of American Shorthairs secretly bred them with Persians. These hybrid American Shorthairs angered many ASH Breeders who pushed for […]

The Somali Cat

The Somali Cat is the long haired cousin of the Abyssinian. They first appeared in the 1950’s as the result of breeding programs with long haired Abyssinianís. With their bushy tails, full ruff and breeches, masked face, and their ticked fur, the Somali strongly resembles a fox, which makes them a very exotic looking cat […]

The Cornish Rex

The Cornish Rex was first seen in a litter of barn cats in Cornwall England in the 1950’s. The Cornish Rex is a very exotic cat, in fact if you rated just how exotic on a scale from 1 to 10, they would be off the scale. They share many similarities to the Sphynx cat, […]

The Egyptian Mau

The Egyptian Mau is an ancient breed of cat that some experts believe are the descendants of the wild African cats that appeared in ancient Egyptian artwork. If you’re rating how exotic cats are on a scale from 1 to 10, the Egyptian Mau would be a 15. Even their name is exotic, with the […]

The Bengal Cat

The Bengal Cat originated from crossing an Asian Leopard Cat and a Domestic Shorthair. With Males weighing up to 20 pounds, the Bengal is a large cat that is prized for it’s random spotted rosettes or marble patterns that give them an exotic wild cat look. The Bengal comes in several colors: brown tabby, seal […]

The Siberian Cat

The first record of the Siberian cat was made over one thousand years ago. As their name implies, the Siberian originated in Russia. The Siberian bares a strong resemblance to the Norwegian Forest Cat and the Maine Coon Cat. Like the Norwegian and the Maine Coon, the Siberian is a large cat with males weighing […]

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