Top 10 Most Bizarre Cat Breeds

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World’s most popular pet, Cats have been associated with humans for at least 10,000 years. As compare to dogs, there isn’t as much variety of cats. According to the Cat Fanciers’ Association, there are about some fifty officially recognized cat breeds. Today, we come up with a list of some unusual cats who have truly unique appearance. Yes, the following are 10 of the most bizarre kitten breeds – but you’ll agree that they’re still totally lovable in their own unique ways.

Here is 10 of the world’s most bizarre cat breeds.

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10 Japanese Bobtail.
The Japanese Bobtails are one of the most bizarre cat breeds in Japan and Southeast Asia. They are born with a rabbit-like puff tail, and some will even hop like rabbits, rather than running. The Japanese Bobtail is well-known and very popular in Japan for centuries, and it frequently appears in traditional folklore and art. The Japanese Bobtail is medium-size and slim, though well-muscled.
9 Scottish Fold.
Like the American Curl, the Scottish Fold takes its name from the unique shape of its ears. It seems that it hardly has any ears at all and has an owlish look, which is intensified by its large, round eyes. The Scottish Fold is recognized by its medium-size body and unusual ears, which fold forward and downward, and are quite small.
8 American Curl.
The American Curls resemble your everyday cat in all ways except for one detail, the unique shape of their ears, which curl back from the face toward the center of the back of the skull. Initially, a Curl kitten looks like any other kitten, though with large, open ears. Within a week their ears will curl back, curling and uncurling until the cat reaches four months of age.
7 Snowshoe.
The Snowshoe is one of most bizarre cat breeds that originating in the United States of America in the 1960s. Despite having existed for 53 years, Snowshoes are rare due to the difficulty of reproducing the correct coat markings.
6 Khao Manee.
The Khao Manee cat is Thai for white gem, indicating this breed’s white coat and jewel-like eyes. Known for their high cheekbones, granting their faces a striking appearance, Khao Manee is a rare breed of cat, which has an ancient ancestry tracing back hundreds of years. They are pure white with a short, smooth, close-lying coat.
5 Persian Cat.
The Persian is a large to medium-sized cat, with a well-balanced body and a sweet expression on its face. It has a huge and round head, small ears and a comparatively short tail. Its name refers to Persia, the former name of Iran, where similar cats are found.
4 Ukrainian Levkoy.
The Ukrainian Levkoy is a cat breed of distinct appearance (dog-face appearance), having inward-folding ears and little to no hair. Having similarty to the Sphynx in some ways, the cat is of medium size with a longish body, appearing both muscular and slender. It has soft, elastic skin, an excess of which leads to a wrinkled appearance.
3 Minskin.
Minskins are one of a set of most bizarre cat breeds known as dwarf breeds. They are derived from crossing the Munchkin with the Sphynx. They appear simply to be incredibly small Sphynx cats, and require the same grooming. The Minskin is an incredibly new breed, and has only been around since 1998.
2 Munchkin.
The Munchkin is a relatively new breed of cat characterized by its very short legs, medium-size with a long body, walnut-shaped eyes and triangular ears. The cat has similar characteristics to normal domestic cats. It is generally described as a sweet-natured, playful, people-oriented, outgoing and intelligent cat which responds well to being handled
1 Sphynx.
The Sphynx, or Canadian Hairless, is probably one of the best-known bizarre cat breeds. It is a breed of cat that is born without fur. Depending on your point of view, it’s either a charmingly exotic or a slightly creepy looking breed. It is actually covered with a fine gossamer-like down which can only barely be felt or even seen by the naked eye. Because of its fineness, the skin of the Sphynx is often compared to warm suede

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