Bengal cats, not to be confused with Bengal tigers, are a hybrid cat breed that has combined the Asian leopard cat with various domestic cats, especially the Egyptian mau.
Taller than the Bengal cat, Savannah cats are also spotted hybrid cats that are popular for their exotic markings.
Chausies are a cross between jungle cats and domestic cats. They are playful cats that enjoy the company of other cats, dogs, and people and are very social.
Unlike other hybrids, the Serengeti is a cross between two domesticated cat breeds: the Bengal cat and Oriental shorthair.
If you like spots then you will love cheetoh cats. This newer hybrid cat breed was developed from crossing the Bengal cat with an ocicat in an attempt to create a gentle but wild-looking breed.
If you're after stripes without having a pet tiger, then a toyger may be what you're looking for. Developed by crossing a Bengal cat with a domestic tabby cat,
Bred to look like a cross between a bobcat and a domestic cat, pixiebobs are highly social and active cats. Like bobcats, pixiebobs have a bobbed or shorter tail and ear tufts.
A distinctly short, stubby bobbed tail is what makes this domesticated house cat stand apart from all of the other breeds. It also has long hind legs and an alert hunting gaze—attributes consistent with a bobcat.
The ragamuffin is closely related to another larger breed, the ragdoll. The ragamuffin is large, lovable, and mellow. Ragamuffin cats are known for their docile nature and thick,