The Sokoke cat is a naturally occurring breed from Kenya. It is known for its unique, wild appearance and spotted coat.
American Wirehairs have a distinctive crimped or wire-like coat, which is a rare genetic mutation.
LaPerms have curly coats and a friendly, affectionate nature. They are relatively rare and known for their distinct appearance.
Kurilian Bobtails come from the Kuril Islands in Russia and are characterized by their short, pom-pom-like tails.
Ocicats are a result of breeding Abyssinians, Siamese, and American Shorthairs, creating a breed with a wild appearance and spotted coat.
American Curls are known for their unique curled-back ears, which are the result of a genetic mutation.
Havana Browns are known for their rich, chocolate-brown coat and distinctive green eyes.
Serengeti cats have a striking, wild appearance with a spotted coat and long legs.
Chartreux cats are known for their solid blue-gray coat and gentle, affectionate nature.
Manx cats have a genetic mutation that results in a short or absent tail, and they come in various coat colors and patterns.