"The Ashera cat breed tops the list as the most expensive feline, followed by other recognized designer breeds, with prices ranging from $200 to $75,000, depending on factors such as quality, breeding, and coat color.
Savannah Cat: $10,000-$25,000
The Savannah Cat is the second most expensive cat breed due to the number of generations it has been crossed with a domestic cat, with an F1 being the most difficult and expensive to produce.
The Bengal is a fearless, water-loving cat breed that is a hybrid of the Egyptian Mau and the Asian leopard cat, and like other designer breeds, it's challenging to breed with premature kittens resulting in few surviving ones per litter.
Khao Manee: $7,000-$11,000
The Diamond Eye Cat, also known as the Khao Manee, is a naturally occurring all-white feline breed with bright jewel-like eyes that can come in various colors and has been a secret among Thai people for centuries.
The Sphynx cat is a hairless breed with a playful and affectionate personality that loves to dress up in sweaters to keep warm due to a genetic mutation.
The Persian cat is known for its fluffy fur, flat face, and sweet personality, making it a popular choice for those seeking a laid-back and affectionate companion with a long history.
The Toyger, a cross between a Bengal cat and a domestic shorthair tabby, has a striking resemblance to the Bengal with its striped fur but has a more easygoing and friendly temperament.
The Peterbald, a rare Russian breed that looks like a muted Sphynx, is a low-maintenance, social, loving, and loyal cat resulting from a cross between the Oriental Shorthair, Siamese, and Sphynx.
The Ragdoll's price range varies depending on whether it's a simple pet, show-quality cat, or show-quality cat fit for breeding, but they all feature semi-long, soft, silky fur, color point coat, blue eyes, and a gentle and affectionate personality.
The Siberian is a large, friendly, and hypoallergenic domestic cat breed with a thick double coat, developed in the 1980s but with a centuries-old Russian ancestry.