Do you want to have a cat that is not like everyone else’s, but do not know which of the rarest and unique breeds will suit you? We will help you decide on the choice of an unusual breed of cats
Weight: from 3 to 7 kg.
Description: The Elf cat is one of the rarest cat breed, and was bred in the USA in 2006 by crossing the American Curl and the Sphynx cat. These cats were named elves because of their ears. The shells are large, wide, and the tips are bent back. There are no eyebrows and mustache on the face, but there are many folds. The eyes are large, almond-shaped, they are blue, green, yellow. Elven cats are hairless, but their skin can be of different colors with mottled patterns.
Personality: Friendly and affectionate. Due to the fact that cats do not have hair, they do not like drafts. They prefer to sleep with their owners, trying to nestle as close as possible. They quickly become attached to all family members, do not tolerate loneliness.
Care: They have a lot of wax in their ears, they need to be cleaned every week. At home, it should always be warm, due to temperature changes, they can get cold. In cold weather, you will need special overalls.
Weight: 3 to 5 kg.
Description: The Munchkin is a unique cat breed, and also called dachshund cats and kangaroo cats. And all because of the short legs, which are two to three times smaller than those of other cats. Moreover, their front legs are shorter than the hind legs. Munchkins love to stand on their hind legs, resembling a kangaroo or meerkat. They take this stance when they want to play or eat. Long-haired munchkins have tassels on their ears. The tail is tapered, always raised upward. There are lop-eared ones. The eyes are almond-shaped, deep and rich in color.
Character: Soft, flexible, unforgettable. Can be turned on if there are other animals at home. They calmly endure the gripping of children.
Care: Do not overfeed, prone to obesity. Long-haired pets need to be brushed once every two days so that there are no tangles, short-haired pets – once a week.
Weight: 7 to 15 kg.
Description: The Savannah cat breed is a cross between a wild African serval and a domestic cat. The savannah has a thick spotted coat, more elongated ears and long legs. They reach their maximum height and weight by three years.
Personality: Loyal as dogs, but wayward. They love to swim and walk in the street. It can be displayed on a harness. From childhood, they require increased attention, otherwise they will become wild and aggressive.
Care: Better to keep in a spacious house. Savannahs can easily jump to a height of 3 meters, and in length – by 5 – 6 meters.
Weight: from 3 to 5.5 kg.
Description: Because of the curly hair, Selkirk Rex cats are called Poodle cats. Selkirk Rex cats have a collar on their chest, a puffy tail, but pubescent. The short-haired has no collar, the tail looks like a brush. Kittens are born bald and the undercoat appears within six to seven weeks.
Personality: Loving and affectionate, they love to be in the spotlight. Selkirk Rex cats like it when they are picked up. Get along well with children.
Care: Virtually no shedding, no shedding and no special care required. It is enough to comb once a week.
Weight: from 2 to 4 kg.
Description: Japanese bobtail cats are also called tailless cats. In fact, there is a tail, but short. The colors are original. The cat can be snow-white, and half the muzzle and tail can be black. Most often, the color is two-color, less often – tricolor. The eyes are multi-colored: one yellow, the second blue.
Personality: Easy to train. They readily chase flies and insects, hunt rodents. They love to carry toys in their teeth. When the owner returns home, cats rush to talk to him – meow loudly and expressively.
Care: No special care required. They do not have a thick undercoat, they shed weakly. It is enough to comb out once a week.
Weight: 3 to 5 kg.
Description: Peterbald is a hairless breed of graceful and elegant cats originally from St. Petersburg. Thanks to their friendly and docile nature, the Peterbald cats have won universal love and respect.
The most “alien” of all hairless cats, Peterbalds are active, playful, brave, smart, self-centered, extremely affectionate and affectionate.
Character: The Peterbald is an open and contact breed (often oversized). These hairless eared ears do not accumulate negativity, preferring to occupy their own memory with only positive impressions, are always frank in their feelings and are not inclined to traditional feline intrigues. The only thing that a Peterbald can irritate with is the strategic supply of affection that he needs to throw out on a person. So, it is better not to acquire a Peterbald for inveterate introverts who need personal space.
Care: Peterbald cats are very convenient to keep at home: they have no wool, but they themselves are peaceful, accommodating and cleanliness. They need a large living space, as well as warm houses and couches (even special loungers that are attached to central heating batteries have been invented for them). Peterbald cat cats will definitely need clothes made of light hygroscopic fabric, sewn out with seams, and knitted items (threads without acrylic, without lurex and without boucle and other knots).